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    Section A: Business
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    Section A: Opinion
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    Section A: Main continued
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    Section B: Nassau Sports
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    Section B: Nassau Sports: Outdoors
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    Section B: Legal Notices
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    Section B: At the Table
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    Section B: Around Town
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    Section C: Classified
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WEDNESDAY JULY 272005/40 PAGES 3 SECTIONS


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Local Weather
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Abuse charge
'unfounded'
PAGE IOA


Fishing in
leather
PAGE 16A


Tennis, anyone?
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K;EXTRA

XTRA

YEARS "
Itwas officially decided .by
area law enforcement agen-
cies that Fernandina police
would be in charge of
patrolling local beaches.
July 22, 1955
,' ; w '
The Florida Public Utility
Co. requested a 55 percent
rate hike, citing across the
board operating cost increas-
es. '1
July 23, 1980
10 YEARS AGO
The city's Planning
AdvisoryBoard gave its bless-
ing to Ocean Oaks, a 52-home
subdivision on 20 acres, mak-
ing it the third residential
development at the corner of
Jasm ne Street and Jean
Lafitte Boulevard.
July 26, 1995


INDEX
AROUND'TOWN .............. 7B
BUSINESS 4A
CLASSIFIEDS .................... 1C
COURT REPORT ............. 13A
CROSSWORD ........... 9B
EDITORIAL 7A
FOOD 6B
PEOPLE AND PLACES ..... 7B
OBITUARIES 2A
POLICE REPORT ...... 12A
SERVICE DIRECTOIY .... 3C
SPORTS 1B
TIDES 4B
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SHANNON.MALCOM
Newi-Leader
Two Nassau County teenagers
were killed early Sunday morning
in a single-car accident on SR 200
nearBryceville.
Kyle Sherman Cash of
Bryceville and Austin Keith
Abernathy of Callahan, both 17,
died after the car they were travel-
ing in caught fire after a wreck.
Cash was a 2005 graduate of,
West Nassau High School and
Abernathy would have started his
senior year at West Nassau next
month.
I "It's just a real tragic loss for
the community," said West Nassau
High School Principal Ron Booker.
"... Both kids were very popular."
. According to a report from the
Florida Highway Patrol, Cash was
driving a 1995 Chevrolet about 2
a.m. when he drifted onto the left
shoulder of the road. He apparently
WRECK Continued on 3A




SLower


tax rate



for city
GLENDA S. JENKINS
News-Leader
The city of Fernandina Beach .
budget process for fiscal year 2005-
* has begun with commi-sioners
approving tentative property tax
rates.
Commissioners voted unani-
mously July 19 to accept the rec-
ommended rollback rate of 4.8672
mills for property taxes and 0.3153
mills for voter-approved debt serv-
ice.
"We were very proud of that,"
said the city's Controller Patti
Clifford. "What that effectively does
is give everyone a tax decrease."
A city homeowner whose home
is assessed at $300,000 with home-
stead exemption would pay $1,555
in ad valorem tax, a $268 reduc-
tion from last year's bill.
'We believe that we can do very
well with the rollback rate," City
Manager Bob Mearns said. "That
is a combined millage rate of 5.1825
mils. Last year the combined mill-
age rate was 6.0762. That is a
reduction in your millage rate of
0.8937 mills, almost a whole mill
reduction. That's a 17.3 percent
reduction in your tax rate this year."
The rollback rate provides
"extra taxing capacity" and "keeps
the pool of money the same even
though our tax base has grown,"
Clifford said.
The city anticipates up to $7.4
million in property tax revenue this
fiscal year, she said, explaining that
city staff was able to recommend a
rollback rate for the coming fiscal
year because of an increase in the
city's taxable value. New con-
struction and increased assessed
value contributed to the increased
taxable value.
CITY Continued on 3A


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3,200 homes planned



for West Side 'village'


divisions, and stretch south to
Boggy Creek and the Nassau
River.
Along with new houses, con-
dominiums and apartments,
Three Rivers would include a vil-
lage with offices, shops, ware-
houses, possibly a school and
perhaps a hotel.
Nassau County and state offi-
cials will visit the 1,641-acre site
Thursday. The project is still in its
"infancy," Nassau County plan-
ner Marshall McCrary said
Monday.
McCrary said the county has
been dealing with Prosser
Hallock, Inc., a Jacksonville plan-


ning and engineering firm, but
he did not know who would be
developing the project. Prosser
Hallock has planned "new com-
munities" including Nocatee in
Duval and St Johns counties and
Palencia in St. Johns County.
An official application has not
been filed. The county and sev-
eral regional and state agencies
involved in the DRI process have
received a "pre-application" doc-
ument that describes the project
They'll make an on-site visit and
ask questions of the developers at
8:30 a.m. Thursday. A meeting at
VILLAGE Continued on 3A


BENJAMIN PRICE
News-Leader
What may become the largest
community in western Nassau
County with a greater popula-
tion than Hilliard and Callahan
combined has been proposed
for a site south of A1A two miles
west of 1-95.
Three Rivers, a proposed
development of regional impact,
would add 3,200 new housing
units and more than 800,000
square feet of commercial space.
It would be located west of
Edwards Road, near Timber
Creek and Plummer Creek sub-


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Ernest Medina of Worth Contracting Inc., above, works Tuesday on a new boardwalk,
which is among improvements at the city marina in downtown Fernandina Beach. The
built-in benches, below, face away from the Amelia River, though, complained a letter to the
editor writer. Voice of the People, 6A.


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Alternative sought to


Crane Island spoils site


MICHAEL PARNELL
News-Leader


The northern part of Crane
Island may not be a disposal site
for the Florida Inland
Navigational District after all.
FIND commissioners voted
unanimously Friday to spend
$82,000 to perform "a compre-
hensive analysis" of alternative
sites, FIND Executive Director
David Roach said.
Nassau County's FIND rep-
resentative, Norman Bray,
abstained from the vote because


I Minute
lay in the News. Leader


his employer, Amelia Island Co.,
is involved in proposed residen-
tial development of the remainder
of Crane Island.
If an alternative is found, the
35-acre northern Crane Island
site could be developed as a park
instead of being used to place,
store and transport sediments
from 'the Amelia River bottom.
"Maybe this part of Crane
Island could be preserved,"
Roach said.
He said FIND first offers sur-
plus land to the state, county and
city for purchase. If public "water-


way access" one of FIND's
missions is assured, then the
special state taxing district may
sell land "below appraised value"
to government agencies.
If not, there is an open-bid
process with the land going to
the highest bidder.
Buddy Jacobs, attorney for
developers who seek to build 169
homes on Crane Island, indicat-
ed his group would be interested
in such a purchase if the land
were not developed as a public
FIND Continued on 3A


School



impact



fees



OK'd
BENJAMIN PRICE
News-Leader
Nassau County will assess a
$3,726 school impact fee on every
new home effective Aug. 24.
Nassau County Commissioners
unanimously approved the fee
Monday based on a recommenda-
tion from the school board.
The fee will be in addition to
existing transportation, fire, emer-
gency services, administrative,
police and recreational impact fees
that builders pay when they pull a
permit to build a home.
Currently, those fees total $2,484
per single family detached home in
unincorporated areas of the county.
As of Aug. 24, the total will increase
to $6,210.
During a public hearing prior to
Monday's vote, Bill Moore of the
Nassau Builders Council said his
organization supports impact fees as
a "partial answer," but felt there
were deficiencies in the county's
ordinance. He asked the commis-
sion to consider a fee less than the
$3,726 figure requested by the
Nassau County School Board. He
referred to a $1 billion increase in
the county's appraised property val-
ues this year as a reason the fee
SCHOOL Continued on 8A



County


ponders


budget


requests
BENJAMIN PRICE .
News-Leader
The Nassau County libraries
seek $190,000 to buy books. The
fire department wants $450,000 in
increased salaries. Growth man-
agement could use another
$220,000 to pay its staff and fund
special studies.
These are just some of the num-
bers being reviewed by county offi-
cials as they consider preliminary
budget requests submitted by each
county department
Over the next 60 days its the job
of the county administrator, clerk of
courts and their respective finance
staffs to tweak or slash these fig-
ures before making recommenda-
tions to the Nassau County
Commission.
The county's fiscal year begins
Oct 1.
County commissioners have
until Sept. 27 to approve the final
budget and set the property tax
rate, but must notify the property
appraiser of the proposed millage
rate by Aug. 4 along with the date,
time and place of public hearings
and board consideration of the
budget and rates.
County Administrator Mike
Mahaney said the county is cur-
rently dealing with "tentative" num-
bers, which could change signifi-
cantly by Sept 27. "Keep in mind
these are very, very preliminary."
Mahaney said there were
"broad goals" he encouraged every
department to incorporate into
their 2005-6 budgets when the
process started in May.
This included a cost-of-living
increase, which employees did not
receive last year. He said that was
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U.S. Rep.
George Crady
and Amelia
Island
Plantation offi-
cials discuss
beach erosion
in July 1992,
while standing
in front of the
Windsong con-
dominiums
where the prob-
lem was evi-
dent. Crady
secured
$400,000 from
the state and
$400,000 in
matching funds
from the U.S.
Navy for an
immediate
renourishment
project.
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W hen the dog days
of summer deliver
hot temperatures
and high humidity,
the American Red Cross urges
the public to take precautions
against the heat
According to the Centers for
Disease Control and
Prevention, approximately 400
SAmericans die each year due to
:summer's heat and humidity.
Furthermore, the National
Weather Service declares that
excessive heat was the number
one weather-related killer, caus-
ing more fatalities per year than
floods, lightning, tornadoes,
hurricanes, winter storms and
extreme cold from 1994 to 2003.
Everyone is at risk when
temperatures rise above 90
degrees but the elderly and the
very young are most suscepti-
ble to heat and heat-related ill-
nesses. Heat-related illnesses
can cause serious injury and
-eve death if ugatt epdd.s "
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ofheat-reliaep illnesse-. income
nausea, dizziness, flushed or
pale skin, heavy sweating and
headaches. Victims of heat-
related illness should be moved
to a cool place, given cool water
to drink and ice packs or cool
wet cloths should be applied to
the skin. If a victim refuses
water, vomits, or loses con-
sciousness, call;9-1-1 or the
local emergency number imme-,
diately.
Heat-related illness is pre-
ventable. The Red Cross offers
the following tips for staying
cool and safe this season:
Dress for the heat Wear
lightweight, light-colored cloth-
ing. Light colors will reflect
away some of the sun's energy.
It is also a good idea to wear
hats or to use an umbrella.
Drink water. Carry water
or juice with you and drink con-
tinuously even if you do not feel
thirsty. Avoid alcohol and caf-
feine, which dehydrate the
body. Avoid using salt tablets
unless directed to do so by a
physician. I
Eat small meals and eat
more often. Avoid high-protein
foods, which increase metabolic
heat.
Slow down. Avoid strenu-
ous activity. If you must do
strenuous activity, do it during
the coolest part of the day, ,
which is usually in the morning
between 4 and 7 a.m.
Stay indoors when possi-
ble. If air-conditioning is not
available, stay on the lowest
floor out of the sunshine.
Remember that electric fans do
not cool, they simply circulate
the air.
Be a good neighbor.
During heat waves, check in on


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elderly res-
idents, in .
your neigh- :
borhood
and those
who do not
haveair
condition-


ing..
Learn Red Cross first aid
and CPR. While the above, tips'
can help prevent emergencies,..
it is crucial to know what to do-
if an emergency situation aris- ,
es. .. ,: ,
Know what these heat-relat-.
ed terms mean:
Heat cramps: Heat cramps
are muscular pains and spasms
due to heavy exertion.
Although heat cramps are the
least severe, they are an early
signal that the body is having
trouble with the heat
.0 Heat exhaustion: Signals
of heat exhaustion include cool,
moist, pale flushed or red skin;

exhaustion. Body temperature
will be near normal.
Heat stroke: Signals
include hot, red and dry skin;
changes in consciousness;
rapid, weak pulse; and rapid,
shallow breathing. Body tem-
perature can be very high -
sometimes as high as 105 F.
General care for heat emer-
gencies:
Heat cramps or heat
exhaustion: Get the person to a
cooler place and have him or
her rest in a comfortable posi-
tion. If the person is fully awake
and alert, give half a glass of
cool water every 15 minutes.
Do not let him or her drink too
quickly. Do not give liquids that
contain alcohol or caffeine.
Remove or loosen tight clothing
and apply cool, wet cloths, such
as towels or sheets. Call 9-1-1 or
the local emergency number if
the person refuses water, vom-
its or loses consciousness.
Heat stroke: Heat stroke is
a life-threatening situation! Help
is needed fast. Call 9-1-1 or your
local emergency number. Move
the person to a cooler place.
Quickly cool the body. Immerse
victim in a cool bath, or wrap
wet sheets around the body and
fan it.
Watch for signals of breath,
ing problems. Keep the person
lying down and continue to cool
the body any way you can. If
the victim refuses water or is
vomiting or there are changes
in the level of consciousness, do
not give anything to eat or
drink.
For more information on
heat safety contact your local
American Red Cross chapter or
visit www.redcross.org.


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(Tony) Edgy and Thomas
(LeAnne) Aberson, all of Yulee, and
Martha Aberson of Fernandina
Beach; a niece, Amy (Clay) Beverly,
Waycross, Ga.; and a nephew,
James (Susan) Aberson, Marietta,
Ga.
Funeral services are scheduled
for 11 a.m. today at Prince of Peace
Lutheran Church with the Rev. Rob
Goyette, pastor of Living Waters
World Outreach Center, officiating.
Burial will follow in Bosque-Bello
Cemetery.
Pallbearers will be Tony Edgy,
Ismael Jimenez, Harry Edgy. Jeff
Bell, Zack Lea, and Clay Beverly.
The family received friends from 6-
8 p.m. Tuesday evening at Oxley-
Heard Funeral Home.
In lieu of flowers, memorials
may be made to the living Waters
Outreach Center, 134 Old Church
Road, Fernandina Beach, FL 32034.
Oxley-Heard Funeral Directors



Always wanted
the best for his,
% family and loved
"' -.',' it when his grand-
*-children came to
visit. He will be
remembered for
". all the great mem-
ories he created
for us and how much he loved us
.all.
He was preceded in death by
his parents and a brother, Richard
Homan.
Survivors include: his wife,
Doris M. Homan, Amelia Island;
his children, Dianne Alzamora,
Pinehurst, N.C., John Homan and
his wife Regina, York, 'Pa., Greg
Homan and his wife Susan,
Avondale, Pa.; seven grandchildren,
Lauren, Lindsay, David, Kevin,
Alex, Nathaniel and Jonathon; and
several nieces and nephews.
A Mass of Christian Burial is
scheduled for 11:30 a.m. today at St
Michael's Catholic Church with the
Rev. Father Brian Eburn, Pastor,
officiating. Interment will be at 3
p.m. Thursday afternoon in Bosque
Bello Cemetery in Fernandina
Beach with military honors. Mr.
Homan's family members will be
pallbearers. In lieu of flowers,
memorials may be made to St.
Michael's Scholarship Fund, 505
Broome St, Fernandina Beach, FL
32034.
Oxley-HeardFuneralDirectors


three sons, Gary E. Super and Roy
Scott Schottenfeld, both of
Alpharetta, Ga., and Harry
Schottenfeld of Orange County,
Calif.; a daughter, Cindy Barbara
Spradlin of Roswell, Ga.; and 11
grandchildren.
Private funeral services will take
place at a later date in Arlington
Memorial Park in Sandy Springs,
Ga.
In lieu of flowers, memorials
may be made to the Alzheimer's
Association, N.E. Florida Chapter,
2131 Mango Place, Jacksonville,
FL 32207.
Oxley-Heard Funeral Directors


,Charles G. Aberson
Charles G. Aberson, 61, North
15th Street, Fernandina Beach,
husband of Vivian Moore Aberson,
passed away suddenly Monday,
July 25, 2005, at Baptist Medical
Center Nassau.
A native of Orlando, he was the
son of the late Charles E. and
SGwendolvn HI Aberson, and grad-
uated from nWaycro.s High School
in 1962.
Mr. Aberson had resided in
Nassau County since 1964. He
retired from his position as power-'
house operator for the Container
Corporation ol America in 1999
with 35 years of service.
MNr. Aberson "as a member of
the Living Waters World Outreach
Center and the I.B.EW. He was pre-
ceded in death by his parents, and
a brother, "Butch" Aberson.
Survivors include: his wife,
Vivian M. Aberson, Fernandina
Beach; his children, Rebecca


Eugene M. Homan
Eugene M. Homan, 78,
IBoxwood Lane, Amelia Il
Platation husband of s .
IT "{,1 D lIB3E<-9flo nse 9H. 1
oman or almost years,passed
away Friday, July 22, 2005, at
Baptist Medical Center in
Jacksonville.
A native of Shrewsbury, NJ., he
was the son of the late John and
Margaret Green Homan, and grad-
uated from St James Catholic High
School in Red Bank, N.J. Mr.
Homan had resided on Amelia
Island for the last 11 years, after
relocating from Newark, Del.
Mr. Homan served his country
in the U.S. Navy during World War
II. He then received his bachelor's
degree in mechanical engineering
from Villanova University in 1950
and married Doris in November of
that year. He was retired as man-
aging director of Fibers
Engineering for the E.I. duPont
deNemours Company with 36 years
of service.
Mr. Homan was a member of
the Ocean Club at the Amelia Island
Plantation and the Men's Club of St
Michael's Catholic Church, and
enjoyed reading and playing golf
in his spare time. Mr. and Mrs.
Homan are members of St.
Michael's Catholic Church.
Mr. Homan's family has
remarked that he was fortunate to
know and be with his seven grand-
children. He loved his family deeply
and was always proud of them. He


Sonia H. Schottenfeld
Sonia H. Schottenfeld, 75, of
Fernandina Beach, passed away
Sunday, July 24, at Baptist Medical
Center Nassau following a lengthy
illness.
Native of Jersey City, NJ., she
had previously resided in
Alpharetta, Ga., before relocating to
Fernandina Beach where she had
lived for the past 10 years.
Throughout her life Mrs.
Schottenfeld was a dedicated wife,
mother and grandmother to her
loving family.
Survivors include: her husband
of over 50 years, Herbert S.
Schottenfeld of Fernandina Beach;


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WEDNESDAY. JULY 27.2005 NEWS News-Leader


FIND approves funds


for county projects


The Florida Inland
Navigational District, which
Nassau County joined after voters
agreed to a special assessment in
2004, has approved expenditure
of funds to benefit the county.
FIND commissioners voted to
allocate $500,000 as the special
taxing district's share of a $2.5 mil-
lion project to dredge Nassau
Sound and restore beaches on the
south end of Amelia Island.
The federal government would
pay the remainder of costs for the
project.
Coiuiissioners voted to allo-
cate s$1'3i.i)' to two Fernandina
Beach projects.
One would establish a moor-
ing field in the Amelia River near
-lihe city marina for boaters to park
their vessels. The other would help
pay for construction of a board-


FIND Continued from 1A
park.
"We are very thankful and we
will try to assist FIND in finding a
suitable site," Jacobs said.
Roach said a FIND engineer
has identified 12 possible alterna-
tive sites that will be studied to
determine if they could be used as
"a dredge material, management
area" along the Intracoastal
Waterway.
FIND uses such areas for stor-
ing the materials it dredges from
the rivers that make up the
Intracoastal Waterway, which
extends through all Florida coun-
ties on the Atlantic Ocean. The St
Marys, Amelia and Nassau rivers
form the Intracoastal Waterway
that separates Amelia Island from
the mainland or other islands.
Roach said State Rep. Aaron
Bean, a Fernandina Beach
Republican, requested the study of
alternative sites to Crane Island,
which FIND purchased for $1.5
million in 1988.
Roach said a public hearing
would be held before another site
is chosen. Such sites sometimes
attract public opposition because
they are considered to be unsight-
ly or because of potential noise.
"If we don't have residences
when we buy a site for our use, it's
not too many years later that we
have residences around us,"
Roach said.
FIND places natural vegetation
to buffer the sites from public
view, Dreogiuig takes place years
or sometimes decades apart.
Materials are piped to a disposal
site. where they are stored until
sold. The spoils site does not have
to be on the water, but must have
a 60-foot-wide corridor for the
pipeline to reach the river.
After dredged material is col-
lected, there would be what Roach


CIT Continued from 1A
"Our intent is to take that
increase in property value" and
generate the same $7.3-7.4 million
in property taxes," Clifford said,
while citizen's tax bills are "hold-
ing the same" as last year.
The tentative 4.8672 village
rate for operating expenses in the
new fiscal year compares to 5.7036
for the current fiscal year.
The tentative millage rate of
0.3153 for voter approved debt
service compares to 0.3726 for the
current fiscal year. Debt service
refers to a $478,000 debt citizens
must pay on a $6 million general
obligation bond they passed in
2001 to finance Egans Creek
Greenway land purchases.
With the. rolled back voter
approved debt village rate, citi-
zens pay a lower millage rate to
pay off the same amount of debt
service, Clifford said.
The budget process began in
May, with department heads sub-
mitting their budget requests to
Mearns in June. All requests
were consolidated with the objec-
tive of "trying to get where we're
in a balanced position," Clifford
said.
Using a prioritizing scheme,
department heads go through a
hierarchy of absolutely urgent to
less urgent requests, she said.
"With the initial task you know
those items that are the 'nice to
have' versus the 'got to haves.'"
Staff has not moved some "nice
to haves" to the proposed budget
spreadsheet's "approved" column.
"We're not recommending those
items be carried over."
But the "approved" column in
the proposed budget is "still in
flux," Clifford said. "It's very much
a proposed budget right now."
Based in part on department
head requests, the city's proposed
budget allocates funds for a variety
of enterprise fund capital expen-
ditures, including $1.2 million for
a new irrigation system at the
city's municipal golf course. The
city is "anticipating a loan" to
pay for improvements the golf
course "desperately needs,"
Clifford said.
The irrigation system is "Ialling
apart," Mearns told commission-


walk at the city marina.
FIND also allocated funds to
conduct "an economic analysis of
the influence of the waterways in
Nassau County," said FIND
Executive Director David Roach.
FIND also allocated $5,000 to
Keep Nassau Beautiful to assist in
its waterway cleanup efforts.
FIND manages the Intracoastal
Waterway, which courses through
each of the Florida counties that
borders the Atlantic Ocean. Based
in Jupiter, FIND is managed by
governor-appointed commission-
ers, including Norman Bray of
Amelia Island.
FIND commissioners approved
the expenditures as part of the
tentative 2006 budget, which goes
into effect Oct 1. The action came
Friday at a FIND meeting in
Jacksonville.


called a "periodic trucking event
that may be disruptive for a few
weeks or a month" when the mate-
rial is removed from the site.
The spoils sites are not intend-
ed to fill up the way a landfill
does, for instance but rather to
be used during a 50-year period to
manage dredging, storage and
transportation of the dredged
materials.
"Non-beach-quality sand" is
sold for road and building con-
struction, while more silt-laden
refuse is sold for uses such as
landscaping.
"Beach quality" sand, such as
that customarily dredged in the
northern part of Nassau Sound, is
returned to local beaches. That
sand must be no more than 10
percent silt.
FIND dredges Nassau Sound;
where the Nassau River enters
the ocean, every 5-7 years, using
the sand to restore beaches on
the south end of Amelia Island.'
Another such project is scheduled
in 2006.
But the Amelia River west of
the island has not been dredged
since 1982, Roach said.
"We have some shoaling just
south of the (Shave Bridge) that
we need to deal with in the near
future," he said.
It is that dredged material that
would be placed on Crane Island
or an alternative site. Dredging
probably would not take place
again for 15-20 years, Roach esti-
m ated. ..
," He'said the Crane Island site '
was chosen after a dredging study
in 1987. That study, however, did
not sample sediment in the chan-
nel to determine its composition,
as this one will. If more of the sed-
iment is sand than silt, FIND pos-
sibly could locate its spoils site in
a smaller area, Roach said.
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Budgetmeeunr

The Femandina
Beach City Commission
will meet at 6 p.m. on
Aug. 1 for its first budget
workshop followed by
another on Aug. 18.
Public hearings begin in
September.
The proposed fiscal
year 2006 budget is
posted on the city's web-
site at www.femancfina
beachflorida.org.


ers at a July 16 retreat. "It's 50
years old. It has to be replaced."
Equipment failure at the course
will give the city "a lesser ability to
provide a greater return," he said.
I think we're at a crossroads
here. The golf course is not mak-
ing tons of money," Mearns said.
"The golf course barely makes
enough to support its debt service
and pay the increment ($130,000)
to the city each year."
This is an investment in this
community, Vice Mayor Beano
Roberts said. "We've got to
address this. If we have to bor-
row the money to do it"
Grants and a $2.7 million bond
are anticipated to pay for $4.1 mil-
lion in marina improvements,
including a boaters' facility.
Airport runway rehabilitation is
expected to cost $2.6 million fund-
ed by grants using matching funds
from airport operations, she said.
A $580,000 allocation for con-
struction of a new utility billing
facility and a new roof for the City
Hall and former train depot build-
ings has been proposed for
approval.
The police department is
requesting eight new vehicles at a
total of $330,027 in exchange for
eight used police automobiles that
will go to other city departments
because they can no longer be
used as police vehicles, Clifford
said.
A $22,000 sound system for
commission chambers has also
been recommended for approval.
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VILLAGE Continued from 1A
the County Building in Yulee, open
to the public, will follow at 10 a.m.
If it were completed today,
Three Rivers would be the largest
community in Nassau County west
of 1-95. With 3,200 residential units,
its population would be greater than
Hilliard and Callahan, which have
about 2,800 and 1,000 residents
respectively.
"It would be the largest unified
development in the western part
of the county," McCrary said. "I
feel confident in saying that. It
would probably be the largest uni-
fied development in the county
short of Amelia Island Plantation
and Summer Beach."
According to the pre-application
document, Three Rivers would
offer a variety of residential areas,
from adult retirement and upscale
waterfront estates to single-family
houses, condominiums and town-
houses, all integrated' into a single
community.
The document does not list
price ranges, but McCrary said he
would speculate the developers are
seeking a variety of housing types
to target different income levels.
The document doesn't include a
layout of the community, but it
refers to an age-restricted residen-
tial community and a residential
area near the waterfront "reminis-
cent of a fishing community." It
would also include conventional
residential houses, condominiums


WRECK Continued from A
overcorrected the vehicle and ran
off the road on the right side.
The car hit several trees before
catching fire. Neither boy was wear-
ing a seat belt, the report said.
Cash and Abernathy, a passen-
ger in the vehicle, were unable to
get out of the car.
Both were pronounced dead at
the scene.
Booker said grief counselors
would be available for students to
talk to on the first day of school,
Aug. 5.
Both boys were involved in the
drama program at West Nassau
High School. Kay Dauro, a drama
instructor at the school, said Cash
and Abernathy were well liked and
outgoing.
"Kyle was never sad, he always
had a smile on his face," she said. "...
Austin was always talking; he made
friends the first day he was here.
They never met a stranger."
Dauro said other drama students
are upset at the news.
"It's like a family," she said.
"They're all distraught"
Booked said only administrative
'staff ate current irh the schools;


Pvt. Michael B.
Robinson, 2005
graduate of Nassau
Academy, left for
Fort Sill, OK for
Arm) Basic
Combat Training
(BCT ion June
23rd for8 weeks.
Following his
BCT, he will leave for 26 weeks of
AIT in Alabama for Land Combat
and Air Defense System Training as
a "Land Combat Electronic Missile
System Repairer." To all friends and
family of Pvt. Robinson please
pray for strength and wisdom of our
son. If you have any time, please
write him and let him know he is in
your thoughts and prayers. We are so
proud. His letters are somewhat sad
in the beginning, but now we see the
strength in his words.
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and apartments.
The document notes 800,000
square feet of property is proposed
for commercial development, about
500,000 of this for retail shopping
centers, 250,000 as an industrial
park and 50,000 for office space.
By comparison, McCrary said
the Wal-Mart Supercenter in Yulee
is about 130,000 square feet
The document also refers to a
300-boat wet/dry storage area, pub-
lic school and hotel, though spe-
cific details are not included.
McCrary said a public school would
be contingent on the school sys-
tem's approval of site location and
size.
Public areas described in the
document include a 20-acre athlet-
ic complex, trails, equestrian areas,
a boardwalk along the Nassau
River, a boat launch, public parks
and access to a 12,000-acre state
park currently planned on an adja-
cent parcel that surrounds much
of the proposed location.
Extensive wetlands are located
within the property, and Three
Rivers would contain a series of
greenways and protective buffers
along with a wildlife corridor.
The project's build-out would
occur by 2021, according to the
plan. The first phase of the devel-
opment includes 1,250 homes and
250,000 square feet of commercial
space to be completed by 2011.
The second phase would be
complete by 2016 and include
another 270,000 feet of commercial


and teachers will report to the
school Aug. 1, but news of the
tragedy is being circulated via a
"phone tree."
Dauro said she is taking
comfort in the memories of time
she spent with Abernathy and
Cash.
"Anyone who had the opportu-
nity to know them was blessed by
God," she said.
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space and 950 homes. The final
phase would include 280,000 square
feet of commercial space, another
1,000 homes and would be com-
pleted by 2021.
Altogether, that would generate
about 44,713 trips a day on the local
road system, with the primary
access being A1A, according to the
document That section of A1A west
of 1-95 has just been widened to
four lanes.
McCrary said he knew of no
proposed road improvements, but
said the point of the DRI process is
to determine those impacts and


how they can be mitigated.
If the developers file a DRI
application, comprehensive plan
and future land use map, or FLUM,
amendments with the county would
be required.
The property, currently a tree
farming operation, is listed as agri-
cultural on the FLUM and zoned
open rural.
These changes would require
public hearings, and McCrary said
there would be "ample opportuni-
ties" for public comment during
the DRI process.
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McKenzie has been involved
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years. She attends classes regu-
larlyto stay current with the lat-
est information.
When she's not working at
Lowe's, McKenzie says she loves
to fish, go to the beach and all
outdoor activities. "And of
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A Lowe's employee who clear-
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says, "The career opportunities
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to see before


1,000 Places To See
Before You Die, is sort
of a bible for travelers
and thrill-seekers alike.
The 970-page collection of
the world's delights has
appeared at the No. 1 spot on
the New York Times book list. It
describes awesome sights and
activities and places from
around the world.
If you have lived on Amelia
Island or visited here, you can
scratch one of the 1,000 places
off your list. Anmlia Island is fea-
tured alongsidephe Grand Teton
National Park in Wyoming and
the Shark Rodeo at Walker's
Cay in the Bahamas and Mount
Everest.
The exhaustive collection
was published in 2003 by
Patricia Schultz. But it still gets
write-ups in travel magazines
and mentions on television
shows.
Amelia Island's history is
cited within the one-page article,
along with its posh resorts such
as the Ritz-Carlton Hotel and the
quaint downtown vicinity. The
book also tells about the Palace
Saloon's folklore as well as the
annual shrimp festival.
Other nearby locations are
also featured. The Golden Isles
of Georgia make the elite list, as
do several destinations in


Steve
Nicklas

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Savannah.
And in
Florida, you
just have to
see the
Kennedy
Space
Center,
swim with
the mana-
tees at
Crystal
River and
tour the
Everglades,
according to
Schultz. At
least before
you.die,


Open house
Broker John
McMenamy and Laily
Schlegel celebrate dur-
ing an open house July
12 that attracted more
than 100 people to the
newly expanded Realty
Executives office on'
Centre Street. Realty
Executives also has
opened an office in
Jacksonville Beach to
join those in St.
Augustine. Ponte
Vedra and Fernandina.
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requires.
Any enactment of impact fees
is often opposed by develop-
ment groups, which fear that the
additional costs may cut into
their profits. (A common argu-
ment of developers that a $3,000
impact fee might prevent some-
one from buying a $200,000
house is hogwash.)
Nicholas could accurately
recommend to the county the
impact fees that would be fair to
everyone. Now the county must
follow through and actually hire
him, and then act on his find-
ings.
This apparently is not as sim-
ple as it sounds. In several
instances, elected officials -
particularly in Fernandina
Beach have hired a consult-
ant and then not followed his or
her recommendations. This is a
complete waste of money.
Consultants do not come
cheaply. Many charge from
$20,000 on up for producing a
study. Nicholas will not come
cheaply either.
But his findings could help
solve a complicated situation
within the county regarding
growth and how to pay for it
In other words, what will be the
price to live in paradise..
Steve Nicklas is a financial
adviser who lives on Amelia
Island.


that is.
Nassau County Commission-
ers should be praised for their
interest in hiring Dr. James
Nicholas, the grandfather/god-
father of impact fees.
Nicholas' innovative work
was highlighted within this col-
umn several months ago as
someone who has helped coun-
ties and cities address the diffi-
cult decision of impact fees.
These are fees assessed on
new houses and businesses that
are constructed in an area, for
instance. The fees go toward
helping pay for new roads and
utilities and police protection
that a new development


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WEDNESDAY, JULY 27,2005 BUSINESS News-Leader


Bankhires2
First Coast Community Bank
recently hired Stan Fishburn as
vice president of commercial
lending for its
main office in
Fernandina
Beach and Bob ,
Bonenberger as
a business
development
officer working
out of the Ponte Fishburn
Vedra area.
Fishburn
recently moved to Fernandina
Beach from Atlanta.
Fishburn graduated from the
University of Kansas with an
undergraduate degree in busi-
ness administration. He received
his master's degree in finance at
Georgia State University.,
Fishburn has 23 years of bank-
ing experience and recently
joined the Fernandina Beach
Rotary Club. He and his wife,
Nancy, have one daughter and
two sons.
Founded in 1987, First Coast
Community Bank is. located at
1750.South 14th St in
Fernandina Beach, with a new
office at 238 Ponte.Vedra Park
Drive in Ponte Vedra Beach and
an additional branch location at
3087 E. State Road 200 in Yulee.
With more than $180 million in
assets, First Coast Community
Bank is Nassau County's largest
community bank and Northeast
Florida's top SBA lender.

NewYulee office
Native islander Jim Ewing, a
25-year veteran of real estate
sales and management,has
become the team leader of a new
Prudential Real
Estate Market
Center in Yulee.
Ewing has
joined forces
with Dee
Chaplin and
Hugh Williams,
co-ownefr/bro- Ewing
kers of
Prudential
Chaplin Williams Realtyand will
manage their new Yulee office at
463189 State Road 200.
Ewing was broker-in-charge
at Amelia Island Plantation from
1985-89. He grew up in
Fernandina Beach and graduat-
ed from Fernandina Beach High
School in 1962. He received an
Xit re frohi the Universitv
of ,o 4ga master degree
in marketing from Boston
University FollUoing four years
in the U.S. Air Force, Ewing
began a career in real estate.

Diamond award
Fernandina-based financial
representative Mark Mulrain of
the Northwestern Mutual
Financial Network has received
the Diamond Award for out-
standing sales achievement.
Mulrain, a representative
with the Koch Group network
office in Jacksonville. was among
those who met or exceeded
required sales incentives for the
year ending May 31. "
The Northwestern Mutual-
Financial Network is the market-
ing name for the sales and distri-
bution arm of Northwestern
Mutual life Insurance Co.

Attorney to speak
Dan W. Armstrong, an attor-
ney with offices in Ponte Vedra
and Fernandina Beach, will
Speak at the Florida Community
College of Jacksonville nursing
related program on the FCCJ
north campus this month. His
topic will "Legal Estate Planning
Tools" and he will focus on living
Wills, health care.surrogates,
cremation directions, do-not-
resuscitate orders, last wills and


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testaments, testamentary trusts
and living trusts.
Armstrong limits his practice
to elder law, estate planning and
business law. For information,
call 277-3333 or go to www.
danarmstrong.com.

Grantworkshop
The Nassau County
Volunteer Center is sponsoring a
"Grant 'Winning' Workshop"
from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Aug. 23 at
the Fernandina Beach Police
Department Community Center
on LimeStreet.
The cost is $15 per person
and is by reservation only. The
reservation deadline is Aug. 16.
The workshop will feature
Maggi LeClair, who has provided
leadership and management of
proposals for two community
colleges and has developed pro-
posals resulting in more than
$10 million in funded projects.
Workshop topics will include:
things to do before you begin to
write, funding sources, prepar-
ing a proposal development plan
components of a grant proposal,
statement of need, goals and'
objective, budgeting and project
evaluation.
For information call the vol-
unteer center at 261-2771 or e-
mail ncvcfb@aol.com.

Disaster seminar
Local business owners, man-
agers and employees may learn
more about how to prepare for
disasters such as hurricanes dur-
ing a "Disaster Preparedness
and Business Continuity" semi-
nar Aug. 9.
The seminar is scheduled
from 4-6:30 p.m. at the Associa-
tion for Retarded Citizens (ARC)
building, 86051 Hamilton Sti
(U.S. 17 north of AIA) in Yulee.
Registration begins at 3:30.
The seminar will feature
speakers from the public and pri-
vate sector offering examples of
business disaster plans. In addi-
tion, participants will have a
hands-on session on developing
disaster plans for their business.
The Amelia Island-Nassau
County Association of Realtors,
Amelia Island-Fernandina
Beach-Yulee and Greater Nassau
chambers of commerce, Fernan-
dina Beach Fire Department and
Nassau County Emergency
Management will host the semi-
nar. First Federal Savings Bank
of FloridMa l.i~ -ovide refresh-
men u .
registration is required. Call
261-8133 to register.


Dance studio in the swing of things


ALICE WALSH
News-Leader
Learn to do the rumba, cha-cha
and other Latin dances as well as
swing in Alexandra Carroll's new
dance program at Kinderstudios,
located at 528 E on Eighth Street in
the Island Plaza.
The adult classes are held on
Monday and Wednesday evenings,
6:30-7:30 p.m., in eight-lesson pack-
ages.
There will also be after-school
children's classes of ballet, jazz and
tap, with schedules to be
announced. Violin, piano and voice
lessons are also offered for both
children and adults.
. "Our teachers are highly quali-
fied, young, and bring something
fresh to the classes," said Carroll,
whose own dancing experience
began with ballet when she was
three years old.
Carroll, whose bright blue eyes
reflect her enthusiasm, was born
in England and reared in Portugal
until she, was nine years old and
was accepted into the prestigious
School of Performing Arts in
London. This in itself is quite an
achievement, since only one in 50
applicants who audition are accept-
ed as students. She remained at the
school until she graduated at 18,
and then worked as a performer
with the Royal Caribbean Cruise
Line, then later performed at the
Fountaine Bleu Hilton in Mianmi.
Jenee Solis, who teaches dance
at the studio, has been danciig
since she was four years old, and
was a former pre-teen U.S.
Champion in Latin dancing.
Abigail Poirier teaches piano and
violin to both children and adults.
She has played both instruments
since early childhood, and was with
an orchestra in New Hampshire.


...........


S : AUCE WALSH/NEWS-LEADER
Tabatha and Neil Patton whirl through the steps of a rumba at the Kinderstudios adult dance
program. Lessons include Latin dances and swing.


"We are different from most
dance studios in that we have a
small and intimate selling, limited to
12 adults or 12 children in each
class," said Carroll. "It's affordable,
and there are no reviews for chil-
dren at the end of each year.
Instead, we hold a parent-child class
at the end of each month, in which
parents join in and dance along with
the kids."
Ballet, jazz and tap lessons for
children for children are S40 per
month. Private lessons in piano, vio-
lin or voice are 875 a month.


Consumer confidence drops


University of Florida


Florida's consumer confidence
declined in July, largely because
fuel prices have inched up again,
University of Florida economists
report.
The biggest drop was a decline
in perceptions of the U.S. economy
over the next year. Three of the
other five components also
declined. Perceptions of personal
finances now compared with a year
ago fell; perceptions of the U.S.
economy over the next five years
Sdrop d;a :a',-l perceptions 6f
whether it is a good time to buy
big-ticket items slipped. Perceptions


MEMORIAL of PIRATE PRAYER

In Memory of

SETH-DAVID AULD
November 12, 1979 July 29, 2004

A monument for Seth
has been placed in the
Bosque Bello Cemetery.
All are welcome to visit at any time.

DIRECTIONS:
FROM 14TH STREET, GO TO THE LAST ENTRANCE
OF THE CEMETERY BEFORE WHITE STREET.
PROCEED. STRAIGHT AHEAD TO THE SITE
WITH A BLUE RIBBON ON LEFT SIDE.

Please call 277-9702 or 753-2560
if you have any questions.


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of personal finances a year from
now gained.
* "Gas prices have returned to
their higher levels after a tempo-
rary drop in late May and early
June." said Chris McCarty, direc-
tor of the survey research center at
UF's Bureau of Economic and
Business Research. "This is proba-
bly a large part of the reason for
the drop in Florida."
Floridians were a little less con-
fident in July compared with the
national index, McCarty said. In
contrast to IF4oida, the ttg.al con-
sumer confidence mdex as meas-
ured by the University of Michigan
rose, he said.


For adults, the fee for each ses-
sion, which consists of eight class-
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SUICIDE

I was already cracked in a dozen places
*. Not sure I was in a place I should be
And then the world broke apart
-, And you were gone.

.. .. Now I try to blend in, to belong, to fit in
And I don't, I'm broken
". too far gone to retrieve

S. :' I thought you had figured it out
I-, Had found your trail away from the hell
And then the world broke apart
And you were gone.

Now I try to blend in, to belong, to fit in
And I don't, I'm broken '
too far gone to retrieve

:' Thought your child would redeem you
Reach down in your soul and save you
And then the world broke apart
", .: Andyou were gone.

Now I try to blend in, to belong, to fit in
And I don't, I'm broken
too fr gone to retrieve

W'e saw salvation in you, a new start
Able to still reach for the stars and believe
And then the world broke apart
And you were gone.

Now I try to blend in, to belong, to fit in
And I don't, I'mn broken
too far gone to retrieve

An innocent child that was YOURS
Surely could save you from the hell
And then the world broke apart
and you were gone
.you were gone
.you are gone.

Seth-David Denniston Auld
November 12, 1979-Jul'y 29, 2004

Seth, how we miss you as your child turns
a year old and now our tears do too.

S.Moi,Jim, Burt, Anne, Brede,
JoEllen, Charles,Janey and Chip
PawI30 A lv ori -rill


IN BRIEF










OPINION


WEDNESDAY, JULY 27,2005/NEWS-LEADER


VOICE OF THE PEOPLE


Dont'Dt nify
Femandina
While it might not seem obvi-
ous, Fernandina Beach and
Tombstone, Ariz., have something
in common: Each city has been
designated a National Historic
District by the National Park
Service. Recent events in'
Tombstone demonstrate, howev-
er, that the National Park Service
also has the authority to revoke
that designation.
According to a CNN. report,
"The Department of the Interior
has put the so-called 'town too
tough to die' on its threatened list,
the highest warning level." How
could this happen? Greg Kendrick,
the park service's landmark pro-
gram. manager, has attributed the
agency's action as a response to
years of objections by historians
and others to the gradual trans-
formation of an authentic Wild
West town into a Disneyland-like
shopping strip, with buildings sig-.
hificantly altered in the hope of
bringing more business to local
merchants.
'T6nbstone inerchants have
goner so far as to paint their busi-
nesses inappropriate colors (like
chartreuse and vibrant purple),
introduce Spanish tile rools (for-
eign to Tombstone in its historic
_period, 1870s-1880s), put. new
facades on old buildings and even
put false dates on the fronts .of
buildings. Because of political
infighting in this small town, codes
have not been uniformly enforced.
In September, there will be a sum-
mit meeting of state, local and
national officials to try to restore
the historical integrity of the town
and save its landmark designation.
All parties seem to agree that los-
ing the designation would be coun-
terproductive to the long-term
interests of the community and its
citizens. Tombstone's mayor has
pledged to implement the recom-
mendations coming from the,
September summit.
The Tombstone story should
be a cautionary tale for those in
Fernandina Beach who bristle at
requirements to follow codes and
guidelines designed to protect our
historic district. The national des-
ignation is vital to every citizen
who values the small, hometown
feel to our community. The desig-
-tqfin". 4hiuld befio lesscritical,to
tourism-re ated businesses.
Historical tourism is a growth


industry and tends to bring afflu-
ent, educated visitors who stay
longer and spend more money in
our community.
Let's face it Tourists who crave
the Disney experience have the
real thing just a few hours down
the interstate. Visitors to our his-
toric district are in search of a dif-
ferent experience. the quiet ele-
gance of a bygone era perpetuated
in a community of people who
value their neighbors and Who take
pride in their history.
Let's make ..sure that
Fernandina Beach's historic dis-
trict does not turn into Tombstone-


scale plan including parking,
sketches of all structures, the walk-
way, landscaping plan, suggested
lighting/benches/trash recepta-
cles.
The marina uplands are the
only location where Fernandina
residents can have a public park on
the river. It is their land and their
money. The design of the park
should be up to them, not five com-
missioners.
Joan Cory
Feinandina Beach


Itwasourmoney


on-Amelia. When is a felony not a felony?
Suanne Thanim, Chair Apparently it is when the perpe-
Historic District Council trator (self-confessed) is a "nice"
Fernandina Beach lady who distributed the ill-gotten
gains to her friends and to the own-
Let the public decide ers of various gambling establish:
ments.
In the July 15 News-Leader, I But she had personal problems.
read that Fernandina Beach She was earning over $45,000
Commissioners have begun pro- while she absconded with public
posing design concepts for the city money. But her son was killed. She
marina redevelopment project. started this several months before
With all due respect to the city her personal tragedy. I am truly
commission, I would like to sug- sorry she lost her son and Icannot
gest that itwould be appropriate for begin to imagine how terrible that
the public to be included in the must feel, but that is hardly an
process of designing the park on excuse to fleece the people who
public land. entrusted her with responsibility.
Some of the design elements It is readily apparent that Julie
mentioned by the commissioners MLxon stole nearly a million dol-
- the continuous walkway, shad- lars, and it is apparent that she
ed seating gazebos, a picnic area meticulously and with pre-medita-
echo remarks from the public in don used a series of dodges to
the Ivey study of the waterfront. cover her tracks through the pock-
However, the large two-story build- ets of her fellow citizens. A rough
ing at the boat ramp deserves pub- calculation suggests she stole over
lic discussion, as does the possi- S16 from each of us.
ability of an open' multi-use plaza. However, Ms. Mixon is not the
Essential to any discussion of only person responsible for this.
the marina upland area is-a deter- She had unwitting and unvigilant
mination of how many parking co-conspirators. Former clerk of,
spaces need to be accommodated the court Chip Oxley should have
and where. Only then can one see installed both human and elec-
how much land is left and set pri- tronic security to -protect the
orides for its use. money collected by his office.
The same News-Leader article Additionally, the auditing firm that
indicates that the Commission will certified the amounts for no less
be working with Passero and than three years should have
Associates on the design. detected the missing funds. The
Since no design drawings were auditors should also have insisted
requested from Passero for the thatat least two people verify all the
recently added decks, we now have transactions.
a situation where the built-in I would like the county attor-
benches face away from the water, ney to file a class-action suit on
and the railing is structured so that behalf of all the taxpayers of
you can't see the water if you're Nassau County so that as much of
sitting on a free-standing bench. the one million dollars can be
If Passero and Associates is for- recovered as possible. The only
mall hired to design the upland people exempt might be those who
rnirin .area the scope i) xwrk- ybltrnrtlv retti J~the Wphey 'It
,i,,, llJ in,> lul t\,, public -i'C .! utoI'd ')so be ni;ce tO il_ again
ings. The product returned to the the 'casinos that received the stolen
commission should include: a to- money.,


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Thank goodness Mr. Crawford Besides being patriotic, ener- standards -- that don't exempt
detected the irregularities when gy conservation would give our SUV's/trucks-mustbemandat-
he took office. government less excuse to con- ed also, saving Americans multi-
Kenneth A. Mertz Jr. tinue its disingenuous., bloody, elec- millions in fuel costs, while pro-
Fernandina Beach five. oil-adventure in Iraq that viding cleaner air.
has increased terrorism exponen- Americans constitute only per-
c rs he tially. Our troops might even come cent of the world's population, but
V Selp home sooner. Driving a gas-guz- produce 25 percent of all green-
fuel Iraqwar zler belies the little yellow ribbon house gases (which are danger-
proclaiming one "supports our ously warming our planet accord-
It supports war and keeps us troops." ing to 2,000 of the world's leading
dangerously addicted to foreign, We're ma in Iraq for oil, cor- climate scientists).
often despotic oil, to drive a gas- porate profits and empire building If the Bush Administration
guzzling SUV/large truck -as the "Downing Street memos" chooses to continue its current dis-
unless one absolutely needs one and other secret documents clear- astrous, bloody, empire-adventure
for work or back roads use. ly show. All the other administra- in Iraq, they should be fair and
Most SUV's never leave the tion pre-war lies and excuses have draft the sons and daughters of
pavement! In 1990 SUV'S now been soundly discredited. administration officials first and
constituted only 5 percent of auto Where's the current American then SUV drivers second!
sales. Now, they constitute 55 per- sacrifice? In W1VII patriotic David Thundershield Queen
cent! Americans rationed gas and even Jacksonville
On average, SUVLS get roughly basic necessities. ,
half the gas mileage of automo- The Bush administration has Piracyaliveandwell
biles. That'smuch fossil fuelwaste- been irresponsible and grossly i
fully burned, accelerating global negligent, if not criminal, on both I should begin by saying your
warming. Also, how smart is it to energy and Democracy issues. city is one of my favorite spots travy-
be needlessly driving a gas-guz- That's largely due to their deep- eling north and south on my boat.
zler, with $2.50 a gallon gas? pocket connections to big-energy Traveling either by the waterway
Families with large transport producers who've written their own or ocean I always stop for a night
needs would be wise and patriotic polluting rules, while we :siffer in your fine city.
to drive a station wagon or a small- with asthma, bronchitis, emphy- My last visit two weeks ago
cylinder van -a lesson that should sema, and lung cancer, along with while anchored off the marina by
have been learned following the environmental damage such as the paper plant someone boarded
,n'70s oil-embargo. Vans, built on a acid rain. my vessel and took my outboard
wider car platform,are'also'mnceh" ." 'Weh ed a Walhi iTtdi'ftiltl "'"eflikii:.'We saw therm'speed way
Rafer than SLUV'sand dh't'Koll (A' ,r-I'ti tii-d'tlitIill l.l e ve%'t. hL[1f'"I- ':tWidnlght iLth no abilitN'to follow"
easily--killingor naiminfig"tieir just the corporate big-wigs. the mil- them.
occupants. itary-industrial complex and the Anyone with information please
ultra-rich and that will also seri- call your local sheriff and bring
. .":.:a.' c L :.,. .- ously address Al-Qaeda, terrorism your fine city back to its proper
oN ;. and homeland security largely place in the minds of so many vis-
: .neglected following Bush's diver- itors: A fine honest safe place to
sion in Iraq. visit.
More energy-efficient CAFE John Thomas
S(corporate average fuel economy) Charleston, S.C.


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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
PLANNING ADVISORY BOARD
CITY OF FERNANDINA BEACH
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a OQuasi-Judicial Public Hearing is scheduled
for Wednesday, August 10, 2005 at 6:00 PM in the City Commission,
Chambers, 204 Ash Sireet, Fernandina Beach, Florida to consider the fol-
lowing applications:, :
SPECIAL USE '
STEVE & SUSAN HANCOCK "AMELIA RESORT HOTEL," 46 SOUTH
FLETCHER AVENUE ISU 2005-731, SPECIAL USE FOR CONSTRUCTION
OF A 22,000 SQUARE FOOT HOTEL (Ouasi-Judicial
CONDITIONAL USE .
STEVE BONEY, 112 SOUTH 3" STREET (CU 2005-86) CONDITIONAL
USE TO ALLOW A DAYCARE CENTER IN THE C-3- CENTRAL BUSINESS
DISTRICT. (Quasi-Judicial) ,'
CHANGE OF ZONING : .- ::.
STEVE BONEY, 112 SOUTH 3"' STREET (CZ-200'5-86), CHANGE IN ZON-
ING FROM R-2C; RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL MIXED DISTRICT TO C-
3 CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT. uasi-Judicial)
OCEAN HIGHWAY & PORT AUTHORITY, 304 & 305 DADE STREET AND'
332 NORTH 3RD STREET (CZ 2005-85), CHANGE IN ZONING FROM R-2;
ONE AND TWO-FAMILY DWELLING DISTRICT TO R-2C; RESIDEN-
TIAL-COMMERCIAL MIXED DISTRICT. (Quasi-Judicial).
LOCAL PLANNING AGENCY
LAND USE AMENDMENT
CITY OF FERNANDINA BEACH, 6.45 ACRES OF GOLF COURSE PROPER-
TY ABUTTING SIMMONS ROAD PARCEL 00-00-30-044A-0022-0000
(LU 2005-91) LAND USE AMENDMENT FROM LOW DENSITY RESIDEN-
TIAL TO RECREATION. (Quasi-Judicial)
OCEAN HIGHWAY & PORT AUTHORITY, 304 & 305 DADE STREET AND
S332 NORTH 3RD STREET (LU 2005-85), LAND USE AMENDMENT FROM
MEDIUM DENSITY RESIDENTIAL TO OFFICE AND RESIDENTIAL MIXED
USE. (Quasi-Judicial)
STEVE BONEY, 112 SOUTH 3"V STREET (LU 2005-86), LAND. USE
AMENDMENT FROM MEDIUM DENSITY RESIDENTIAL TO COMMER-
CIAL. (Quasi-Judicial)
Interested parties may appear at said hearing and be heard as to the advis-
ability of any action, which may be considered. Any persons with disabili-.
ties requiring accommodations in order to participate in this program or
activity should contact 277-7305, TTY 277-7399 (TTY number for all City
offices) or through the Florida Relay Service at 1-800-955-8771 at least 24
, ours in advance to request such accommodation.
IF ANY PERSON DECIDES TO APPEAL ANY DECISION MADE BY THE
BOARD/COMMISSION WITH RESPECT TO ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT
SUCH HEARING, S/HE WILL NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM
RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE, WHICH RECORD INCLUDES
THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS TO BE
BASED.
Copies of the applications may be inspected in the office of the Community
Development Department, City Hall, 204 Ash.Street, between the hours of
8:00 AM-5:00 PM, Monday through Friday. For information on the.applica-
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VIEWPOINT/MARILYN WILuAMSON/
PLANNING ADVISORY BOARD

Planning board

deserves respect
F ernandina Beach Commissioners voted
July 15 to change the city's comprehen-
sive plan to allow residential development
in what is now a light industrial and ware-
house zone near the city airport. That paves the
way for, a 184-unit "resort style" condominium
project to be located there;
As is their prerogative, commissioners voted 3-
2 to override a 7-0 vote of the city's Planning
Advisory Board that rejected the future land use
map change.
Marilyn Williamson, a planning board member,
objected to how the commission acted in an e-mail
to commissioners last week. Here an excerpt of
her e-mail:
I am very concerned about the comments
made about the Planning Advisory Board at the
meeting, indicating that the PAB recommendation
was based on a possible desire that "nothing"
would be developed on the site where a comp
change had been requested. That is suggesting
that recommendations from the PAB are based on
personal opinions of a particular development, or
developer, when nothing could be further from the
trutd.,%Ye.are not.ant-develqppaent acqrists, v,.,
are a planning board.
The recommendations that are forwarded to
you, the commission, from the Planning Advisory
Board that you appointed, are based on sound
planning practices.
For example: Studies by the University of
Florida have shown that homesteaded residential
property does not keep up with future expenses of
a city, nor do they offset the added expenses of
residential development ... This can only be
accomplished through economic development,
which means that commercial and industrial prop-
erty must be maintained. Once it has been given
away, it is gone forever.
If only residential property is developed we will.
become a bedroom community unable to support
city services. Even the undesirable solution of
raised taxes is affected by the set rates of home-
steaded property.
The proposed (land development regulations)
contain additional residential categories that are
more comparable to county densities in an effort
to control, not stop, growth....
Why do we need to control growth? We must
consider the traffic load our streets can bear, the
impact on water, sewer and other city services and
the fact.that we already have undeveloped residen-
tially zoned property we owe these services.
We need to pay that bill before we incur more
debt Also, this is a representative form of govern-
ment and our citizens have made it clear that they
are concerned about these issues.
All of these principles should be applied in a
consistent manner, otherwise how can you say no
to the next request for a similar comprehensive
plan change? The Planning Advisory Board con-
siders and discusses all of these issues in the deci-
sion-making process, and other issues that are
specific to an individual application such as sur-
rounding uses.
To plan for the future we must look at all the
.jr'nper in -he civ as a whole, not just as individ-
ual parcels.
It is unfair to dismiss the recommendations of
both the professional planning staff and the
Planning Advisory Board by speculating that "per-
haps a PAB member is thinking that nothing will
be built there" instead of expressing valid reasons
for the decision. ...
Through their hard work, intelligent discus-
sions, and dedication, my fellow board members
have earned my respect. I would like to know
what we need to do to earn yours.
Sincerely, Marilyn Williamson


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! VIEWPOINT/KATHY ALTON/JACKSONVILLE



Innocent until proven guilty


n response to the news reports on Rachel Miner
("Wife held in man's death," July 20), I must
insist that the family does have something to
say.
Rachel and Ricky Miner were happy. They were
together when he passed because Ricky chose to be
with Rachel and they were trying to make their mar-
riage work. Rachel and Ricky had not been "separat-
ed" as it was implied for 3 1/2 of the four years they
were married because they were not getting along.
They were not legally separated. They were in fact
very much still a married couple. The separation
only occurred because Ricky was in the military and
his adjustment back into civilian life. The periods of
separation included when he went to boot camp for
the Army, when he went to jump school, then when
he went to Afghanistan and then later to Iraq where
he was for over a year. During this time that they
were apart, they still corresponded regularly as hus-
band and wife and when he came home, he was with
Rachel.
He also spent 18 months in the brig (jail) when
he came home from Iraq for his own shortcomings.
During this time they were living together on base in
North Carolina and at the time of his arrest Rachel
and Hailey had to come back to Florida because they
could not live on base anymore without Ricky there.
After he got out of the brig, he went and picked up
Rachel from a homeless shelter and they began once
again to try to work things out between them,
because they loved each other. They wanted to put
. the past behind them and together get Hailey their
daughter back. They wanted to be the family that
they had always wanted.
They were pregnant and having another baby.
They were looking forward to starting their new
family together and the possibility of getting Hailey
back to them. Unfortunately, Rachel lost the baby
approximately one month ago due to stress.


Ricky and
Rachel spent his
last week together
before he died,
and as Rachel says
it was the best
week of her life.
There were no
Rachel Richard arguments
Miner Miner between them,
they laughed and
had fun and they
were just happy to be together. They were making
plans to get on their own two feet together and of
getting their own place again and not having to live
with relatives and most importantly of getting Hailey
back and just being a family. The last thing Ricky ,
said to Rachel was "Goodnight, I love you," and she
replied, "I love you too." They were very much in
love.
They were different, mind you, opposites all the
way, but that is one of the big reasons they both
loved each other. No one can protest the fact that
Ricky loved Rachel and those that know Rachel can
attest to the fact she loved him very much as well.
Ricky was always a part of our family. He was
always accepted and always loved. He made mis-
takes, but we all do, and that was one thing that our
family does not do is hold a grudge or condemn. He
wanted to be a part of her family; he made his own
choices to do the things that he did, and to be where
he wanted to be. This incident was very'unfortunate
and a waste of a good man and a good life, but it
needs to be known that there were drugs that he
took that night that were not contributed by Rachel.
Speculation by anyone is ludicrous at this point,
mainly because the toxicology and autopsy reports
have not yet come back. That is the only thing that
will prove the presence of drugs in Ricky's system


They loved each other
They wanted to put the past behind
them. They wanted to be thefamily
that they had always wanted

that was fatal. At that point and only then should
there be evidence presented whether or not Xanax
was the cause of his death.
There is more to this case than what is being
leaked to the media. No one needs to put all of the
blame on Rachel. She did not kill her husband, and
that is what the evidence will show. She is also the
one at this point who has all of her life completely
ripped from her. She has lost her daughter and
struggles always with that, she has always only want-
ed to get herself on her feet and have Hailey back
where she belongs. She has lost her unborn child,
and she has lost her husband and now her freedom.
She is the center of the blame game and is not in a
position to be able to even speak her own defense. It
is a sad day when people cannot be compassionate at
all with anyone else's feelings.
The rest of our family and Rachel's friends are
appalled by the comments that are being flung
around the media to date. Remember, innocent until
proven guilty. I think we all could learn a valuable
lesson in that Rachel is a good person and everyone
who loves her and knows her can tell you that. Yes
to justice no to slander.
This letter is not to bring unrest to any of the fam-
ily members involved, it is intended to be Rachel's
voice.
Kathy Alston is Rachel Miner's aunt. Rachel Miner
has been charged with delivery of a controlled sub-
stance in the death of her husband, Richard.


ately major publications, major news pro-
grams including CNN, CNBC and MSNCB
and local outlets are referring to the
increased housing build/buy/sell phenom-
ena as a "housing bubble." Even MSN's Encarta
Dictionary has as one definition of "bubble": "False
confidence: a false feeling of confidence or security;
'the rocketing housing market is a bubble that will
surely burst'".
The News-Leader's July 6 headline asked that
ubiquitous question, "Housing bubble due to,
burst?" The story synopsized a presentation by Ron
Insana, a CNBC anchor who shared his interpreta-
tions of recent market activity with the audience,
and entertained questions from a panel of local busi-
ness leaders. I was honored to be a panelist, on
behalf of the local realtors' association.
The.referenced article, quoted Mr. lnsana's opin-
il,ion (tllap,,4klhnark tws ally,s nd.messagpi., Tli
markets represent the communal wisdom of
investors." Further, he stated, "What we've got
right now is ...speculative activity taking place at a
greater and greater pace."
Finally, he's concerned that "what's getting dan-
gerous is that the level of investment in housing is
reaching record numbers."
Mr. Insana is a widely regarded market analyst,
and I certainly respect his erudite assessments of
current market conditions.
Let's look at the emergence of the housing, mar-
ket as a major player in our nation's economic
expansion, and contributor to the Gross Domestic


Investors make up a
small percentage of
those buying housing.
The bulk of today's
housing market is
going to families and
singles seeking primary
residences.


'Hollingsworth


Product. Rather than bore with statistics, instead
.we'll look at the impetus behind this expansion:
,ppputltipp pdod qsh.lo g \yth. Q, tespimp.y,. 'W
more people need more housing.
Of greater concern to the realtor professional is
the dearth of workforce housing, which we deal
with in Nassau County almost daily. Workforce
housing defined as affordable housing for our
police, fire, teacher and nurse personnel is of
greater concern to us right here. Consider this:
According to research from the Florida Association'
of Realtors, between year 2000 and 2004 median
existing home prices increased by almost 71 -per-
cent, while in the same period median incomes rose
only 9.7 percent!
In fact, investors make up a small percentage of


those buying housing. While foreign investors are
certainly making their mark in the United States -
and notably here in Florida the bulk of today's
housing market is going to families and singles
seeking primary residences.
There are actually some built-in impediments to
the rampant housing market Locally, additional
building obligations resulting from increases in
materials cost, impact fees, land use restrictions,
obligatory inspections from varying agencies and
permitting delays all contribute to braking the
alleged roller coaster of widespread housing starts.
As for mortgage lending, a variety of options are
available, allowing purchasers flexible financing
opportunities, encouraging homeownership while
not crushing their finances.
Growth management issues are front and center
in our communities. With about 1.000 new residents
daily, the call for diligent, thoughtful and visionary,
growth planning is loud and clear. In Nassau
County, we are feeling the effects of haphazard plan-
ning, and know firsthand the need for more afford-
able residences resulting from a definitive, explicit
growth plan.
As realtors, we strive daily to assure our neigh-
bors, friends and clients the opportunity to enjoy
the benefits of homeownetship. This is our mission,
and our pleasure. Bubble or not, supply and demand
drive our business.
Presley Hollingsworth is 2005 president of the
Amelia Island-Nassau County Association of
Realtors.


VIEWPOINT/RoBER EF SANCHE2/JAMES MADISON INSTITUTE


Florida's growth management follies


F lorida's growth management debate heated
up this year, but it still boils down to two
basic issues: how to regulate growth and
how to pay for it.
I'll skip the regulatory issue except to note
that 20 years after advocates of centralized
planning passed the Growth Management Act of
1985, the law's failure has become, ahem, growingly
evident.
Even the law's advocates now concede that it
hasn't curtailed growth or even steered it to the
"urban in-fill" areas favored by the planning elites.
Instead, the government's ham-handed interference
has made homes more costly so much so that
planners are now fretting about "the lack of afford-
able housing." ,
While the complex debate over how to "manage"
growth rages on, the debate over how to pay boils
down to a simple tug-of-war between state and local
officials.
Each side wants the other to pay more. In sort-
ing through this, it's helpful to look toward an
improbable spot: Jefferson County, which has at
least two unique distinctions.
One distinction is geographic: It's the only coun-
ty that stretches all the way from Georgia to the
Gulf. Moreover, its marshy shore isn't lined with
pricey homes and ritzy resorts. Instead, it's a federal
wildlife refuge. It's beautiful, and a rarity in coastal
Florida, but it adds relatively little to Jefferson
County's economy and nothing to its tax .base.
Yet Jefferson's more remarkable distinction isn't
geographic; it's demographic: It is the only Florida
county whose population is lower now than 125
years ago, when the 1880 census counted 16,065
residents there. Jefferson's 2005 tally wasl3,998.
That 1880 census found only 257 residents in
Dade County, whose boundaries then encompassed
an area that now includes four counties Miami-


Florida should rule out imposing
higher statewide taxes that would
force residents ofpoor. slow-growing
counties to pay more to save rich,
fast-growing counties.


Dade, Broward, Palm Beach, and Martin with a
combined 2005 population of 5,644,583.
As Southeast Florida grew, it also prospered
while Jefferson County languished. At present, for
instance, Florida Trend magazine reports that Palm
Beach County's per capital income of $48,081 is near-
ly twice Jefferson's $24,317.
Jefferson's poverty may account for the compara-
tively poor performance of its schools, which lag
state and national norms. Result: Families are reluc-
tant to move there, and the boom that has buoyed
real estate values and the tax base in many other
counties has been tame in Jefferson, where local
officials often face a tough challenge to fund basic
services.
Meanwhile, the same counties that courted or
countenanced rapid growth and prospered as a
result are now complaining that "the state"
should pay more for the roads and schools they
need to cope with traffic congestion and rising
school enrollment.
When they say "the state," of course, they mean
revenue derived from taxing every Florida resident
and visitor. But why burden residents of poor;, slow-
growth counties to fund roads and schools for afflu-
ent, fast-growth counties? After all, the fast-growth
counties have the potential resources necessary to


pay for their own infrastructure needs something
they managed to do in the past, when their growth
was even faster.
The current real-estate boom has enriched the
property-tax base. Many counties are also receiving
record numbers of visitors and, as a result, more
revenue from local-option taxes on sales and gaso-
line. And some counties are also extorting outra-
geous impact fees from developers, enriching their
coffers while inflating the price of housing.
By borrowing against these revenue sources,
Florida's fast-growing counties could build roads
and schools now and pay for them later, when the
dollar will be cheaper and their taxpayers presum-
ably more numerous.
Unfortunately, instead of investing their revenue
windfalls in tangible projects such as roads and
schools, local officials in many of Florida's fastest
growing areas too often yield to public employee
unions' strident demands for higher wages, costly'
benefits, excessive pensions, and other perquisites.
This type of political pandering is consuming rev-
enue that could be used to build local roads and
schools.
Granted, there are some highways that provide a
statewide or regional benefit and thus require state
revenue or a state-local partnership. Likewise, there
are some educational facilities public universities
and community colleges, for instance that are
also principally a state responsibility.
However, in pondering how to pay for local
growth, Florida should rule out imposing higher
statewide taxes that would force residents'of poor,
slow-growing counties to pay more to save rich, fast-
growing counties from the consequences of the bad
choices they have made.
Robert F Sanchez is Director of Public Policy at
The James Madison Institute, a non-partisan policy
center based in Tallahassee.


SERVING YOU


Nassau County Commissioners:
Jim B. Higginbotham, District 1-Fernandina Beach, 321-0766 (h)
Ansley Acree, District 2-Amelia Island, Nassauville, 277-1538 (h)
Tom Branan, District 3-Yulee, 261-7739 (h)
Floyd, Vanzant, District 4- Hilliard, Bryceville, Boulogne,
845-3480 (h)
Marianne Marshall, District 5-Callahan, 879-2729 (h)


City of Fernandina Beach Commissioners:
Mayor Ken Walker: Group 1 261-9875, email: kwalker@fbfl.org
Vice Mayor Beano Roberts: Group 5 261-4599, email:
broberts@fbfl.org
Joe Gerrity: Group 2 261-3556, email: jgerrity@fbfl.org
Bill Leeper: Group 3 277-0788, email: bleeper@fbfl.org
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VIEWPOINT/PRESLEY HOLUNGSWORTH/AssOCIATON OF REALTORS



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WEDNESDAY, JULY 27.2005 NEWS News-Leader


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could be lowered.
The school board decided on
the amount in March based on the
results of a school capacity study it
commissioned in November 2003.
That study determined the fee was
needed to meet the demands of the
county's growing population, and
schools Superintendent John Ruis
said he was prepared to stand by
those numbers.
"We're prepared to defend the
study and data calculations," Ruis
said.
Much of Monday's discussion
centered on when to impose the
fee. The commission discussed a
range of 30 to 60 days from
Monday's vote.
Daniel Davis, also of the Nassau
Builders Council, said builders
would prefer a waiting period of


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also important to offset some of
the cost increases for employee
health care. Most in the plan will
see paycheck deductions for health
care about 8 percent higher than
last year.
And over the next few weeks
. some departments could see their
budgets cut, while others could see
them increased.
There is still about $3.5 million
available for allocation by the coun-
ty commission. Whether the coun-
ty designates all of this as reserve.
gives it to one project or spreads it
out among departments will be up
to county commissioners.
The county has not set any pub-
lic hearings on the budget, but the
first must be held by Sept. 7 and the
second by Sept 26.
So far, it looks like residents are
in for a decrease in ad valorem, or
property, taxes.
Thanks to a billion increase
in appraised property values the
county has indicated it wants to
reduce the tax rate by 0.25 mills to
8.25 mills for unincorporated coun-
ty residents and 1.25 mills to 6.43
mills for city residents.
That would amount to a savings
of about $50 a year on a house with
a taxable value of $200,000. The
same homeowner in an incorpo-
rated, area of the county -
Fernandina Beach, Callahan or
Hilliard would see a savings of
about S250 a year.


four months to prepare for the
increase in cost .
However, the county had con-
cerns about a mass of applications
flooding the building department,
which is already behind on pro-
cessing permits.
County Building Official Whitey
Moran was adamant that the imple-
mentation period should be set
sooner rather than later. "I'm the
one that will take the hit," he said.
"The longer you prolong this, the
bigger the hifs going to be."
The commission eventually
approved the ordinance effective
30 days from Monday's meeting.
Moran said after the meeting
that anything "in the pipeline" prior
to that date would be assessed ac-
cording to the old fee schedule, but
anything submitted on or after Aug.
24 will be assessed the new fee.
Commissioner Tom Branan


Tax hearing set
* The first public hearing on
the county's proposed ad val-
orem tax rate is scheduled for
7 p.m. Sept. 7 at the County
Building on Pages Dairy Road
in Yulee. A second heating is
set for 7 p.m. Sept. 26 at the
same location.

However, the savings could be
offset by other increases. The coun-
ty has implemented an additional 5-
cent gas tax, and annual residential
landfill assessments could more
than double, from S45 to 8100. for
all county households.,
According to numbers from
county finance staff, county depart-
ments are requesting an overall
increase of about 15 percent.,
Fire and rescue will constitute
the largest increase, and will ben-
efit from the majority of the 1.25
mill rise in the municipal service
fund portion of the millage rate.
The fire department is request-
ing a budget increase of more than
$1 million. Much of that is due to a
20 percent increase in salaries to
add personnel.
Growth management is also
funded by the municipal services
fund, and is requesting a 44 per-
cent budget increase, from
8497,708 to 8718,888. Director
Chris Jackson said the increases
are primarily due to two new staff
positions approved by the board



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made the motion to adopt the new
fee, and commented about the rel-
ative lack of opposition Monday.
The only homeowners' organiza-
tion that spoke was the Amelia
Island Association, and it support-
ed the fee.
"In the early days when we start-
ed charging impact fees in 1990, it
was $500, and this place was full
with people against it," he said.
"Impact fees are not all of the
answer, but it's a start."
The increase in impact fees may
be just the beginning. The county
has contracted with a private con-
sultant to study its overall impact
fee ordinance to determine if other
assessments should increase.
While builders pay fees when
they obtain permits, the cost is
ultimately passed down to. the
homebuyer.
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this year, and money itwants to.set
aside for special studies.
' Animal control, fire inspector.
and code enforcement are also
funded by the municipal services
fund, and are each asking for
increases of about $30,000.
Some of the largest percentage
increases in the general fund are
requested by the county libraries.
The Fernandina Beach,
Callahan and Hilliard branches are
asking for 860,000, 855,000 and
$50,000 respectively for books and
materials. Last year, these libraries
only received between 810,000-
$15,000 for books, and are cur-
rently well.below recommended
books-per-population ratios.
The county maintenance com-
plex has requested a 21 percent
increase and risk management a
36 percent hike.
Parks and recreation is one of
the few departments requesting
less its budget would be slashed
almost 17 percent
The clerk of courts office is also
the only constitutional office not
requesting an increase. Its budget
would drop almost 19 percent, from
$2.7 million to 82.2 million.
The proper ty appraiser is asking
for a 23 percent increase, the super-
visor of elections, 20 percent, and
the tax collector 6 percent.
' The sheriff's office isrequesting
a 3 percent budget increase. The
county commission's total budget
increase would be about 17 per-
cent.


SHANNON MALCOM
News-Leader
Project SOS, an abstinence-
based health program taught in
Nassau County high schools, has
been updated and will be back in
the schools this year.
Pam Mullarkey, executive.
director of Project SOS, presented
the program's results from the
2004-5 school year to members of
the Nassau County School Board
at its July 14 meeting.
The grant-funded program has
been taught to ninth-grade stu-
dents in Nassau County since
1998, and it consists of health pro-
grams held during school hours
and "mentoring clubs" held before
or after school.
' According to Mullarkey, 148
students at West Nassau High
School participated in the men-
toring clubs along with 97 stu-
dents at Fernandina Beach High
School.
Mullarkey said Wednesday a
scheduling conflict prevented the
program from running in Hilliard
Middle-Senior High School this
past school year, but it should be
back in the next school year.
"We try to let kids know it is
OK to make a commitment to;
abstinence." Mullarkey said. "We
work with them on refusal skills.
setting personal boundaries ... to
try to do just the opposite of what
Hollywood tries to keep pushing
down their throat."
Participation in the program,
which encourages students to
abstain from having sex until they
are married, is voluntary.
The program is funded by fed-
eral grants, private contributions
and a grant from the Florida
Department of Health. Mullarkey
said the Florida Department of
Health grant ran out June 30 and
she has applied for more funding.
lf the funding is not approved,
Mullarkey said the mentoring
clubs may no longer be held at
the schools, although the health
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executive
director of
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told school
board mem-
bers the
number of
infants born
to teenage
mothers has
decreased
since the pro-
gram began
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County in
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SHANNON MALCOM
NEWS-LEADER


20056 school bus
routes will be published
in the Friday edition of
the News-Leader.

day will continue.
Citing statistics from the
Florida Department of Health,
Mullarkey said the number of
babies born to mothers between
the ages of 15 and 17 has
decreased 55 percent since the
program came to Nassau County,
schools in 1996.
"If we don't get re-funded,
those numbers are going to go
right back up, because it's a whole
new group of kids coming up,"
she said.
Mullarkey said Dr. Sharon
Wilburn, a professor at the
University of North Florida School
of Public Health, recentlyupdated
the program's curriculum.
"We had her take the entire
curriculum and revise it so its all
up-to-date and accurate,"'
Mullarkey said. "That makes us
feel confident"
The program gives students
information about sexually trans-
mitted diseases as well as drugs


and alcohol.
At the July 14 meeting board
members also voted unanimously
to approve 2005-6 bus routes. The
board also unanimously approved
Nassau County School
Superintendent John Ruis's' per-
sonnel recommendations, includ-
ing appointing Ron Booker, for-
mer assistant principal at West
Nassau High School,' as the
school's new principal to replace
Troy Arnold. Arnold has accepted
a post as coordinator of school
safety and security at the district
office.
The board voted 2-1 in favor of
approving a two-year contract
between the board and Vernis &
Bowling of North Florida, PA for
legal services.
Janet Adkins voted against the
contract, saying she had "a prob-
lem with the term being a two-
year term."
Board members Gail Cook and
Kathy Burns voted in favor of the
contract; board members Jim
Adams and Muriel Creamer-were
not present
The school board will meet
again Thursday at 6:30 p.m. at the
district office in Fernandina
Beach.
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Planning board attendance woes


BENJAMIN PRICE
News-Leader
The Nassau County Commis-
sion wants to send a message to
the county Planning and Zoning
Board: Improve attendance or step
down.
The commission directed
County Attorney Mike Mullin to
draft a letter to that effect, after
staff confirmed three planning
board members have missed at
least a quarter of the meetings
since 2004. One board member
has missed almost 40 percent of
those meetings.
According to the memorandum
provided by staff, Ronnie
Braddock has missed 19 of the
planning board's 49 meetings since
Jan. 27, 2004. Jeanne Scott has
missed 17 meetings, and Sue
Hutchinson, 14.
The other four members of the
board, JanetAdkins, Richard King,
Wayne Arnold and chair Tom
Ford, have missed five meetings or
less. Ford has had perfect atten-
dance.
Commission Chair Ansley
Acree said the absences are cause
for concern, because the planning
board is tasked with reviewing and
revising the county's land devel-
opment regulations. The so-called
LDR review has a high priority
with the commission, which can't
perform its own review or finalize
the revisions until it receives drafts
from the planning board.
It's a lengthy process that has
required about four additional plan-
ning board meetings a month. And
Acree said, "in fairness" the num-
ber of special meetings the LDR


from the board. Currently,
Hutchinson is in Maine, where she
lives for much of the summer.
Inevitably this causes her to miss
two or three meetings a year, she
said, but now the board is having
as many as four additional meet-
ings a month. Even for those board
members who are in town, she
said, its too many meetings to con-
sistently have a quorum.
"You can't ask a group to have
six meetings a month," she said.
"We only get paid for the monthly
meeting. Now they're trying to put
two to four more in there, and ifs
just not going to work."
Scott is serving her second
term, and-said she's also found it
difficult to make the LDR meet-
ings because of her work schedule.
On at least two occasions, she said
she was on her way to the meeting
when she was told it was canceled
due to lack of a quorum.
She added she has missed very
few regular meetings or work-
shops in the four years she's been
on the board.
bprice@fbnewsleadencom


has required may be a reason for
so many absences.
Planning board members are
paid $125 a month for attending
the monthly regular meeting and
workshop. They- do not receive
additional pay for attending spe-
cial meetings.
"When people agreed to come
on the board, they understood
there would only be two or three
meetings a month," Acree said.
"Now with the LDR review, the
number of meetings has increased
and they need to decide if they
want to stay on the board."
Acree said she understood it
might take another three or four
months before the planning board
completes its LDR review. But
Ford said that was optimistic,
adding it may take as long as a
year.
He also confirmed Wednesday
the majority of absences have been
for the special LDR meetings.
The board held its first special
meeting to address the LDRs in
February 2004. It increased, the
frequency of those meetings in
2005 to as many as four a month,
but began having problems with
quorums.
That has improved recently,


Ford said, but the quorum- prob-
lem has been frustrating, and the
issue of attendance has been
raised at "every meeting."
Asked last week about his
attendance, Braddock said he has
found it difficult to attend the spe-
cial LDR meetings because of con-
flicts with work. He said the meet-
ings are often called on weekday
mornings when he's unable to
attend.
"I enjoy being on the board," he
said. "But these extra meetings
that have been called are difficult
to make if you're a working per-
son."
Braddock is serving his first
three-year term on the board and
said he probably would have
reconsidered the appointment had
he known it would involve six
meetings a month, instead of two.
"I would have said I was hon-
ored to be on the board, but prob-
ably wouldn't have been able to
accept because of too many meet-
ings, if I'd known it would meet
six times a month. I just wouldn't
be able to make a living for my
family and also attend the meet-
ings."
Hutchinson said six meetings a
month is simply asking too much


Commissioners to discuss


Crane Island on Aug. 15


BENJAMIN PRICE
News-Leader
Nassau County and Fernandina
Beach commissioners have sched-
uled another meeting to discuss the
future of Crane Island.
A joint local planning agency
meeting is set for 6 p.m. Aug. 15 at
the city commission chambers, 204
Ash St., Fernandina Beach.
A meeting scheduled for July 13
was canceled because two county


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standing to determine which gov-
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ous aspects of the Crane Island
development's application process. :


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1The purpose of the meeting is to but has said the county should first


set the parameters for the number
of housing units.
The county currently lists Crane
Island as conservation wetlands and
opponents maintain the island
should therefore be approved for
only 49 housing units.
I However, a proposed density
swap from the Amelia Island Co.
(owners of the Amelia Island
Plantation) would allow the devel-
opment's density to be increased
to469 total units. .
Thetneeting is openvk thtiteYb#
lic but public comments will not be
heard.


'Fact-finding' team


to report Aug. 24


BENJAMIN PRICE
News-Leader
Results of an investigation into
unpaid wetlands mitigation at the
Nassau County Judicial Annex will
be presented to the Nassau County
Commission on Aug. 24.
The date was set after four
months of "fact-finding" by a team
comprised of County Attorney Mike
Mullin, County Administrator Mike
Mahaney, County Engineer Jose
Deliz and Interim Administrative
Services Director Cathy Lewis.
The meeting will be held at the
County Building on Pages Dairy
Road in Yulee and is open to the
public.
It will consist of a PowerPoint
slide show presentation, beginning
at 9 a.m., and Mahaney warned the
commissioners last week that it
could take several hours.
"Prepare to spend the day here,"
he said.
Members of the public who want


printed copies of the presentation
should contact the county adminis-
trator's office at 491-7380.
The county has been working
on the investigation since March
to determine if there was wrong-
doing in the payment of $14,000 for
wetlands mitigation never com-
pleted during the construction of
the new judicial complex on William
Burgess Road in Yulee.
After the building opened last
year, it was learned that the work
was never completed when a neigh-
bor complained about repeated
flooding of his property.
Citing "possible criminal intent"
and "gross inefficiency of govern-
ment," Nassau County Clerk of
Court John Crawford urged a state
investigation in letters to the gov-
ernor and state attorney.
However, the Nassau County
Commission instead appointed the
fact-finding team in March to per-
form its own internal investigation.
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 27,2005 NEWS News-Leader


Allegations of abuse



by deputies 'unfounded'


SHANNON MALCOM
News-Leader.
Nassau County Sheriff Tommy
Seagraves has concluded an inves-
tigation into a woman's allegations
she was threaterfed at gunpoint by
deputies, saying he has deter-
mined the accusations are
"unfounded."
"I don't think there's anything
(the deputies) should have done
differently," Seagraves said of the
April 19 incident when Crystal
McClinton of Hilliard was ordered
out of her truck and handcuffed
in front of her 7-year-old daughter.
IThey've got to use all their caution
to protect themselves and the com-
munity."
Seagraves said no disciplinary
action will be taken against the
deputies, Lance McConnel, Donald
Hyatt, Paul Phelan and Kenneth
Clements.
According to a summary of the
internal investigation, the incident
began when McConnell was sent
to respond to an armed suspect,
Doug Musgrove. %ho was report-
edly driving a sil\ er Dodge pickup
truck on Mulberry Landing
Annex. The other officers also
responded to the call as backup.
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threats the night before that they
were going to shoot law enforce-
ment if they showed up."
On their way to the residence
where Musgrove had reportedly
pointed a gun at someone, the
deputies encountered a grey
Dodge pickup truck, driven by
McClinton, on Mulberry Landing
Annex.
Seagraves released video taken
from a camera in McConnell's
police vehicle on Monday. The
video shows deputies, with their
guns drawn, approach the vehicle.
McClinton exits the vehicle, lays
oil.the ground and is handcuffed
by one of the deputies. For approx-
imately five minutes, McClinton
lays on the ground until one of the
deputies removes the handcuffs.
McClinton's daughter, not visible in
the video; stayed in the truck.
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they couldn't see whether a man or
a woman was driving the truck.
McClinton's attorney, Frederick
Schutte IV, sent a notice of claim to
Seagraves on May 11 asking for
$100,000 for McClinton and
$100,000 for her daughter as com-
pensation for "extreme emotional
damage" and "physical damage."
"Seven-year-old Chessie
(McClinton) watched as her moth-
er was dragged to the ground and
threatened by armed gunmen,"
Schutte said in the letter. "In the
child's mind, her mother was going
to be hurt or killed by these men
... thismental trauma has caused
an already introverted child to
regress ... and to cringe in fear at
the sight of the (police) uniform."
In May, McClinton told the
News-Leader the deputies ordered
her to "shut up and get in the dirt."
Schutte said in his letter
McClinton suffered lacerations and
bruises from the incident, although
in the video the deputies do not
appear to touch McClinton other
than to put handcuffs on her and,
about five minutes later, remove
the handcuffs. The deputies said
they only held McClinton long
enough to run her tag number
through dispatch, and released her
immediately after they determined
she was not related to the shooting
incident.
Investigators interviewed all
five deputies involved in the inci-
dent and Michael Creel, a Hilliard
man who watched the incident
from his home. According to the
investigation summary, Creel
"stated that the whole takedown
was a standard felony takedown,
and that he did not see anything
wrong with it." Creel told investi-
gators he'd worked in law enforce-
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News-Leader
Investigators have concluded
there were no violations of policy or
wrongdoing in the accidental shoot-
ing of two police officers on June 26.
"The results (of the investiga-
tion) were inconclusive," said
Fernandina Beach Police Detective
David Bishop. "We can't really
determine how the gun actually
went off ... we found no problem
with the gun, and no violations of
policy."
Officers Freddy Peake and Chad
Lee suffered minor injuries when a


gun accidentally discharged while
they were doing surveillance work,
Bishop said.
The .38 caliber revolver a
backup weapon belonging to Lee
- was in the center console of the
city-owned police vehicle when it
went off.
Bishop said Peake was moving
the gun to get to something else in
the console when it fired, hitting
him in the wrist Lee was struck in
the torso by a bullet fragment.
The men were driven to Baptist
Medical Center Nassau by another
officer who heard their call for assis-
tance over the radio. The men were


treated and released and have since
returned to work.
Police Chief "Chip" Hammond
said there would not be any disci-
plinary action taken against either
officer, but a policy change will
result from the incident.
"I've referred it to Sgt. (Shane)
Waas, who's in charge of our accred-
itation, and told him to ... draft a
policy change to require all,
firearms' triggers to be covered by
a holster," Hammond said.
Bishop said Peake and Lee are
back on duty "on their regular
shifts."
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Coast Guard rescues local family


SHANNON MALCOM
News-Leader
A Fernandina Beach family par-
ticipating in the BellSouth Greater
Jacksonville Kingfish Tournament
was rescued by the U.S. Coast
Guard after their boat ran out of
gas.
Wayne Bunk, his two teenage
children and another family mem-
ber were located about 30 miles
offshore at 5 a.m. Saturday in their
25-foot fishing vessel, the Last
Minute.
"Everyone was in good condi-
tion when they were located," said
U.S. Coast Guard Petty Officer
Bobby Nash.


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ment for more than 17 years and
was trained at the Lake City Police
Academy.
Investigator Sgt Joy A. Slebos
requested an interview with
McClinton as part of the investi-
gation, but Schutte said McClinton
would not give a formal interview
until the "period of the notice" was
over -,by law, six months after
Seagraves received the letter from
Schutte. .Seagraves said the
deputies did have their guns drawn,
but kept them pointed in a "low-
ready" position.
"That's how they're trained,"
Seagraves said. "... It's pointing a
weapon in a safe location,,with no
finger on the trigger.", -,n ;
Seagraves said officers use the
low-ready position during a felony
traffic stop to give them easier
access to the guns if they need to
use them.
"That way, they can respond
faster than if the gun was in a hol-
ster," he said.
Seagraves said no training or
policy changes will result directly
from the incident.
"I think (the deputies did their
job)," he said. "At no time did they
cause any harm ... to Mrs.
McClinton and her child."
Schutte said he believes
McClinton will pursue the issue in
court By law, McClinton must wait
six months from the day Seagraves
received her notice of claim in early
May to file a complaint in civil
court
."Our position is that the allega-
tions are not unfounded, and we
will be going forward with this as
soon as we can," he said. "This is
something a jury will decide."
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NORTHWEST CORNER OF AMELIA ISLAND PARKWAY AND LYNNDALE
ROAD (LU 2005-67), LAND USE AMENDMENT FROM ILW: LIGHT
INDUSTRIAL AND WAREHOUSING DISTRICT TO R-3: MULTIPLE-FAMI-
LY DISTRICT TOTALING 23.284 ACRES. (Quasi-Judicial)
AMELIA HOLDINGS, LLC "THE TOWNES OF AMELIA," NORTHEAST
CORNER OF AMELIA ISLAND PARKWAY AND BAILEY ROAD (LU 2005-
69), LAND USE AMENDMENT FROM COMMERCIAL TO CITY OF FER-
NANDINA BEACH MEDIUM DENSITY RESIDENTIAL FOR 18.5 ACRES.
(Quasi-Judicial)
AMELIA PARK PHASE III, 1810 SOUTH 15TH STREET (LU 2005-31),
LAND USE AMENDMENT FROM HDR: HIGH DENSITY RESIDENTIAL TO
MDR: MEDIUM DENSITY RESIDENTIAL FOR 12 ACRES. (Quasi-Judicial)
POLICY 1.04.03 ADDS LANGUAGE THAT ALLOWS FOR CONSTRUCTION
OF FAMILY RESIDENCES IN THE LOW, MEDIUM AND HIGH DENSITY
RESIDENTIAL AREAS FOR EXISTING LOTS OF RECORD AS OF JUNE 23,
2005.
IN ACCORDANCE WITH POLICY 3.01,04 OF THE HOUSING ELEMENT OF
THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN WHICH STATES: THE CITY SHALL ESTAB-
LISH A DENSITY BONUS PROGRAM TO ENCOURAGE THE PRIVATE SEC-
TOR TO PROVIDE AFFORDABLE HOUSING AND LANGUAGE THAT
ALLOWS FOR A DENSITY BONUS OF ONE BONUS MARKET RATE UNIT
FOR EVERY AFFORDABLE UNIT UP TO 10 UNITS, OR A MAXIMUM OF 10
UNITS FOR DEVELOPMENTS THAT ARE DEDICATED ENTIRELY AFFORD-
ABLE HOUSING, SHALL BE AWARDED.
Interested parties may appear at said hearing and be heard as to the advis-
ability of any action, which may be considered. Any persons with disabili-
ties requiring accommodations in order to participate in this program or
activity should contact 277-7305, TTY 277-7399 (TTY number for all City
offices) or through the Florida Relay Service at 1-800-955-8771 at least 24
hours in advance to request such accommodation.
IF ANY PERSON DECIDES TO APPEAL ANY DECISION MADE BY THE
BOARD/COMMISSION WITH RESPECT TO ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT
SUCH HEARING, S/HE WILL NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM
RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE, WHICH RECORD INCLUDES
THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS TO BE
BASED.
Copies of the applications may be inspected in the office of the Community
Development Department, City Hall, 204 Ash Street, between the hours of
8:00 AM-5:00 PM, Monday through Friday. For information on the applica-
tion, please contact the Staff of the Planning Department at 277-7325.









WEDNESDAY, JULY 27,2005 NEWS News-Leader


Shop owner thwarts


robbery attempt


SHANNON MALCOM
News-Leader

Police are searching for three
men who attempted to rob a
Callahan tattoo parlor, Sacred Ink,
on July 20.
The robbery ended unsuc-
cessfully when the shop's owner
reportedly took the gun used by
one of the men.
According to a police report,
the victim told police a man came
into the store about 10 p.m. and
asked if he could have some color
added to a tattoo he had on the
side of his neck. The victim told
the man to come around the
counter so he could look at the
tattoo.
When the man came around
the counter, two other men wear-
ing masks also came behind liet
counter. The victim said one of
,the men held a gun to his head
and ordered him to give them all


of his money.
The shop owner, a 23-year-old
Callahan man, said he then
opened the drawer "like he was
going to give them the money,
but... knocked the gun from (the
suspects) hand."
The shop owner reportedly
took the gun and the three sus-
pects ran out of the store.
The victim told police he
began shooting at the suspects
as they ran, and he said he
thought he might have shot one
of them.
Two possible suspects were
handcuffed in the parking lot of
West Nassau High School, but
they were released aftet ques-
tioning, according to Nassau
County Sheriff's Maj. Carl
Woodle.
Woodle said no arrests have
been made in the case, which is
still under investigation.
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This was written by Shannon
Malcom of the News-Leader from
oral and written reports by the
Nassau County Sheriff's Office, the
city of Fernandina Beach Police
Department and other agencies.
Arrest indicates suspicion of a crime,
not guilt.
Anyone with information about
criminal activity can contact the
Fernandina Beach Police
Department at 277-7342 or the
Nassau County Sheriff's Office
anonymously by calling 225-0147
in Yulee and Fernandina Beach or
879-2136 in Callahan, Hilliard and
Bryceville. The "We Tip"program-
1-800-78CRIME also allows
callers to leave anonymous tips.

Carvandalized
A rental car, parked in a
Summer Beach club parking lot,
was .damaged Thursday when
someone broke the passenger-side
window. Nothing was taken from
the vehicle, a 2005 Chevrolet
Trailblazer.
A Fernandina Beach woman
reported the break-in to police
about 7 p.m. that day. She said the
incident occurred between 5 and 6
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
ON THE ADOPTION OF
AMENDMENT TO THE
2010 COMPREHENSIVE PLAN

The Board of County Commissioners proposes to adopt an ordinance regarding
an amendment to the future land use map series for the 2010 comprehensive plan, more
specifically, the proposed Amendment No. CPA04-009, filed by Colleen J. Brauner and
Charles Gressman, owners, to reclassify property on the Future Land Use Map from
MEDIUM/LOW DENSITY to COMMERCIAL for the front portion and MEDIUM
DENSITY RESIDENTIAL for the rear portion of property for approximately 111.269
acres. The property is located on the north side of SR200 at the intersection with
Gressman Road, Callahan area.

The amendment is available for public inspection at the Clerk's Office, located at
76347 Veterans Way, Yulee, Florida 32097, Monday through Friday, 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM,
and at the Growth Management Department, 96161 Nassau Place, Yulee, Florida 32097,
Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM.

A public hearing to adopt the Amendment will be held on Monday, August 8,
2005 at 7:00 PM at the Yulee County Building, 86026 Pages Dairy Road, Yulee, Florida
32097.

The public is invited to be present and be heard. If a person decides to appeal any
decision made by the Board, agency or commission with respect to any matter considered
at such meeting or hearing, he/she will need a record of the proceedings and that for such
purpose may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which
record includes the evidence and testimony upon which the appeal is to be based.

Individuals with disabilities needing a reasonable accommodation in order to par-
ticipate in the program or activity should contact the office of the Ex-Officio Clerk at
(904) 548-4660 or 1-800-955-8770 (v) or 1-800-955-8771 (TDD) at least seventy two
hours in advance to request such accommodation.

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA

Ansley Acree, CHAIRMAN

ATTEST:

John A. Crawford
EX-OFFICIO CLERK


According to a police report,
the suspect likely broke the win-
dow using a three-foot piece of
steel, then put a pair of denim
shorts over the broken glass as he
or she leaned into the vehicle.
Resort security told police there
weren't any other reports of bur-
glarized or damaged vehicles on
the property that day.
Police collected the shorts and
the piece of steel as evidence, and
a partial fingerprint was taken from
the vehicle.
The investigation continues.

Woman questioned
in drug case
Fernandina Beach police are
investigating reports of fraudulent
attempts to purchase prescription
drugs.
Police were called to a Sadler
Road drug store Thursday, where
the pharmacist said a woman
claiming to be a nurse at the office
of a local doctor called in a pre-
scription for hydrocodone, a
painkiller, and promethazine, an
antihistamine and painkiller. When
the pharmacist called the listed
phone number, for that doctor's
office, the office was closed.
A 34-year-old Fernandina Beach
woman arrived to pick up the pre-
scription, but told police she was
just picking the prescription for
her brother..
A pharmacist at another
Fernandina Beach pharmacy told
police a similar incident happened
where she works.
The 34-year-old woman was
questioned by police, but she was
not arrested.
The case is still under investi-.
gation.

Guitars stolen `
Three guitars, along with sev-
eral other items, were reported
stolen from a Callahan home last
week.
According to police, the bed-
room window of the victim's Catie's
Way residence was broken.
Thursday. Someone then entered
the home and took the guitars,
other musical equipment, a DVD
player, a television, a checkbook
and a set of keys.
The total estimated value of the
stolen items is 81,460.







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While investigating the scene,
police found a piece of broken
glass with blood on it, and spots of
blood on the carpet inside the
house. Police say the suspect
attempted to clean the spots before
he or she left the house.
A drink can was also found out-
side the house that didn't belong to
the victim, according to a police
report.
The victim told police several of
his neighbors told him they hadn't
seen anyone at the house.
The case is under investigation.

Dumptruckstolen
A dump truck was reported
stolen from a Yulee contracting
company July 20.
A company employee arrived
at work about 6:15 a.m. and dis-
covered the 1998 Peterbilt
dump truck was missing. He said
the doors to the truck were not
locked and there was a key hid-
den inside.
The owner of the company told
police she knew the truck was in
the parking lot about 10 p.m. on
July 19, and she gave police the
names of two former employees
who may have been "disgruntled"
and knew the location'of the hid-
den key, according to a police
report.
No arrests have been made and
the case under investigation.

Felony arrests
Shelton Jerome Guynn, 33,
17416 Whistler Springs, Hilliard,
Sunday, possession of stolen prop-
erty.
Keith Wayne Dent; 23, 7218
Lake Hampton Road, Hilliard,
Sunday, writ of attachment.
Jonathan Patrick Rider, 27,
2116 Florida Ave., Fernandina
Beach, Saturday. possession of
cocaine, possession of an open con-
tainer of alcohol in pub.lic.
Lonny Melvin Barnhart, 37,
Jacksonville, Saturday, Nassau
County warrant for uttering a
forged instrument and failure to
appear in court on a charge of petit
theft.
Joel Lander Putmani, 33,
43754 Keen Cemetery Road,
Callahan, Saturday, Clay County
warrant for violating probation for
a conviction of forgery.
Alan Randolph Large, 41,
Artemas, Pa., Friday, Brevard
County warrant for possession of
more than 20 grams of marijuana.
Joshua Lee Beavers, 24,
theft d an automobile and burgl,'
ry of an automobile.
Marvin Christopher Tucker,
31, Elkmont, Ala., Friday, Nassau
County warrant for failure to
appear in court on a burglary
charge.
Thomas Brent Cockrell, 19,
43295 Ratliff Road, Callahan,
Thursday, burglary, grand theft;
July 19, two charges of burglary
and two charges of grand theft.
Clifford Dale Weller Jr., 31,
Jacksonville, Thursday, violating
probation for a 2004 conviction of
driving with a license that has been
suspended or revoked.
Emmerett Duan Jordan, 36,


Oak Street, Hilliard, Thursday,
Charlton County warrant for theft
of an automobile by taking.
Jeffrey Wendell Mitchell, 45,
18 O'Neil-Scott Rd., O'Neil,
Thursday, Dade County warrant
for violating probation.
James Ellis Beasley, 29, 906
Kelp St., Fernandina Beach,.
Thursday, Nassau County warrant
for violating probation for a 2004
conviction of possession of cocaine.
John Lee Lucas II, 23,
Jacksonville, July 20, burglary,
aggravated assault and simple bat-
tery.
Ronald Wayne Kato, 37,2800
Ruby Drive, Hilliard, July 20,
Nassau County warrant for failure
to appear in court for charges of
leaving the scene of an accident
involving property damage, grand
theft of an automobile and habitu-
ally driving with a license that has
been suspended or revoked. -
Ricky, Allen O'Conner, 36,
Hazelhurst, Ga., July 20, posses-
sion of less than 20 grams of mar-
ijuana and two charges of posses-
sion of a controlled substance.
Jerome Jay Arnold III, 42,
3721 Springhill Drive, Fernandina
Beach, July 19, obstruction'bydis-
guise, possession of less than' 20
grams of marijuana and failure to
appear in court on charges of
habitually driving with a license
that has been suspended or
revoked, driving under the influ-
ence of
alcohol or drugs, possession of
less than 20 grams of marijuana
and possession of drug parapherr
nalia.
Talmadge Allen Plair;' 53,
554820 ,US 1, Hilliard, July 19;
Nassau County warrant for-two
charges of aggravated batteiy.- a
Timothy Buck
Higginbotham, 29, 86598 Hester
Drive, Yulee, July 18, grand theft,
burglary. -
Bernestine Moring, 39, High
Springs, July 18, Charlton County.
Ga., warrant for theft;of an auto-
mobile by taking. '
William Brian Cooper, 33.
Jacksonville, July 18, Duval County
warrant for theft of an automobile,
criminal mischief and violating pro-
bation for a 2005 conviction of
domestic battery.
Billy Joe King, 20, Folkston,
Ga., July 18, Nassau County war-
rant for lewd and lascivious bat-
tery.
Christopher Wayne Brown,
18, 85532 Harts Road, Yulee, July
18, violating probation for a 2004
conviction of grand theft. ,
ILb U. Cai allan f'3uly 1lb.
uttering a forged instrument and
grand theft.
Steven Cullen Becker, 23,
3263 Owens Road, Fernandina
Beach, July 15, felony fleeing and
attempting to elude police, resist-
ing police without violence, know-
ingly driving with a license that
has been suspended or revoked,
Nassau County warrant for failure
to appear in court on charges of
sale of a counterfeit controlled sub-
stance, driving with a license that
has been suspended or revoked
and obstruction of police without
violence.
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POLICE REPORT


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
ON THE ADOPTION OF
AMENDMENT TO THE
2010 COMPREHENSIVE PLAN

The Board of County Commissioners proposes to adopt an ordinance regarding
an amendment to the future land use map series for the 2010 comprehensive plan, more
specifically, the proposed Amendment No. CPA03-013, filed by DB Florida Company,
LLC, owners, to reclassify property on the Future Land Use Map from MEDIUM DEN-
SITY RESIDENTIAL to HIGH DENSITY RESIDENTIAL for approximately 24.5 acres.
The property is located on the south side of SR200/A1A between Christian Way and
Meadowfield Bluff Road, Yulee area.

The amendment is available for public inspection at the Clerk's Office, located at
76347 Veterans Way, Yulee, Florida 32097, Monday through Friday, 8:30 AM to 5:00:PM,
and at the Growth Management Department, 96161 Nassau Place, Yulee, Florida 32097,
Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM.

A public hearing to adopt the Amendment will be held on Monday, August 8,
2005 at 7:00 PM at the Yulee County Building, 86026 Pages Dairy Road, Yulee, Florida
32097.

The public is invited to be present and be heard. If a person decides, to appeal any
decision made by the Board, agency or commission with respect to any matter considered
at such meeting or hearing, he/she will need a record of the proceedings and that for such
purpose may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which
record includes the evidence and testimony upon which the appeal is to be based.

Individuals with disabilities needing a reasonable accommodation in order to par-
ticipate in the program or activity should contact the office of the Ex-Officio Clerk at
(904) 548-4660 or 1-800-955-8770 (V) or 1-800-955-8771 (TDD) at least seventy; two
hours in advance to request such accommodation.

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA

Ansley Acree, CHAIRMAN

ATTEST:

John A. Crawford
EX-OFFICIO CLERK








WEDNESDAY, JULY 27.2005/News-Leader


COURT REPORT


The following report was com-
piled by Shannon Malcom, News-
Leader staff, from the July 21 court
docket of Circuit Judge Robert Foster

M Selina Joan Allen pleaded
guilty to possession of more than 20
grams of marijuana. She was adju-
dicated guilty and given a sus-
pended sentence of 15 months in a
state prison and two years of pro-
bation. She is to undergo a drug
and alcohol evaluation within 30
days and submit to random drug
tests. Allen was ordered to pay $470
in court costs. She was not prose-
cuted on a charge of selling, man-
ufacturing or delivering a controlled
substance.
Michael Jermaine Austin
pleaded not guilty to sale, manu-
facture, possession or delivery of
cocaine within 1,000 feet of a
church,, convenience store or a
school.'
Jacob Charles Billings was
adjudicated guilty for violating pro-
bation for a 2003 conviction of
resisting arrest with violence. He
was sentenced to two and a half
years in a state prison with credit
for time served and ordered to pay
$31.20 in fines.
M John Trave Carter Jr. pleaded
guilty to violating probation for con-
victions in 2003 of criminal mis-
chief and burglary of a structure.
His probation was revoked and ter-
minated and he was sentenced to
24 months in a state prison with
credit for time served followed by
three years of probation.
M George Steven Condurelis Jr.
pleaded not guilty to sale or deliv-
ery of cocaine.
David Bradley Criss pleaded
not guilty to grand theft.
M Charles Michael Crosby Sr.
withdrew a plea of not guilty and
pleaded guilty for convenience to
dealing in stolen property. He was
adjudicated guilty and sentenced
six months in the Nassau County
Jail, to begin Aug. 15, followed by
two years of probation. Crosby was
ordered to pay $370 in court costs,
$2,500 in restitution and a $50 pub-
lic defender's lien.
John Edward Gentry pleaded
guilty to failing to register as a sex
offender. He is scheduled to be sen-
tenced on Aug. 11.
Roderick Antony Henderson
pleaded guilty to possession of a
controlled substance with intent to
sell within 1,000 feet of a childcare
facility. He was adjudicated guilty


and sentenced to two years in a
state prison with credit for time
served. Henderson was ordered to
pay $470 in court costs.
Michael Davalillo Hill plead-
ed guilty to possession of cocaine.
He was adjudicated guilty and sen-
tenced to 90 days in the Nassau
County Jail with credit for time
served. Hill was ordered to pay
$470 in court costs and a $50 pub-
lic defender's lien.
James Alton Johnson pleaded
guilty to grand theft and dealing in
stolen property. He was adjudicat-
ed guilty and sentenced to 30
months in a state prison with cred-
it for time served. He was ordered
to pay $740 in court costs and
$3,000 in restitution. Johnson Was
not prosecuted on a second charge
of grand theft.
Walter Lewis Keene Jr. plead-
ed guilty to failing to register as a
sex offender. He was adjudicated
guilty and sentenced to nine
months in the Nassau County Jail
with credit for time served. Keene
was ordered to pay $370 in court
costs and a $50 public defender's
lien. He was not prosecuted on a
charge of driving with a suspended
license.
Corey Shane King pleaded
guilty to two counts of sale of a con-
trolled substance. Adjudication was
withheld and King was given a sus-
pended sentence of 12 months in
the Nassau County Jail with,credit
for time served and 18 months of
probation.
King is to complete a drug treat-
ment program, maintain full-time,
employment, submit to random


drug tests and complete 25 hours
of community service. He was
ordered to pay $470 in court costs
and a $100 public defender's lien.
King was not prosecuted on
charges of burglary of an unoccu-
pied dwelling and grand theft.
Melissa Maureen Kintzel
pleaded not guilty to grand theft of
a motor vehicle.
James Maddison Little with-
drew a plea of not guilty and plead-
ed guilty to battery. Little was orig-
inally' charged with aggravated
battery on a pregnant woman. He
was adjudicated guilty and sen-
tenced to time served in the Nassau
County Jail. Little was ordered to.
pay $190 in court costs, $352 in
fines and a $50 public defender's
lien.
Eugene Lemuel Manning
pleaded guilty for convenience to
child abuse. He was adjudicated
guilty and sentenced to six months
in the Nassau County Jail with cred-
it for time served.
Manning was ordered to pay
$370 in court costs and a $50 pub-
lic defender's lien. He was not pros-
ecuted on three charges of aggra-
'vated assault and three charges of
battery.
Marji Louise Martin pleaded
guilty to sale or delivery of a con-
trolled substance. She was adjudi-
cated guilty and sentenced to six
months in the Nassau County Jail
with credit for time served..Martin
was ordered to pay $470 in court
costs.
N David Lee Mitchell pleaded
guilty to uttering forged bills. He
was adjudicated guilty and sen-


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County Jail. Mitchell was ordered
to pay $370 in court costs and a
$50 public defender's lien.
Susan Marie Morgan pleaded
guilty to sale or delivery of a con-
trolled substance. She was adjudi-
cated guilty and sentenced to six
months in the Nassau County Jail
with credit for time served. Morgan
was ordered to pay $470 in court
costs.
Vance Aaron Morgan pleaded
not guilty to possession of a con-
trolled substance, selling, manu-
facturing or delivering a controlled
substance, possession of a listed
chemical used to manufacture a
controlled substance, driving with
a suspended, revoked or cancelled
license and obstruction or opposi-
tion of a police officer without vio-
lence.
Bernestine Moring will not
be prosecuted on a charge of grand
theft of a motor vehicle.
Antoinette Deshawn Parker
withdrew a plea of not guilty and
pleaded guilty to sale or delivery of
cocaine. Parker was adjudicated


guilty and sentenced to one year
in the Nassau County Jail with cred-
it for time served. Parker was
ordered to pay $470 in court costs
and a $50 public defender's lien.
Parker was not prosecuted on a
charge of possession of cocaine.
Kimberly Rene Ricafrente
pleaded not guilty to possession of
a controlled substance with intent
to sell, manufacture or purchase,
sale or delivery of cocaine and pos-
session of cocaine.
Jennifer Denise Strickland


pleaded not guilty to grand theft.
Brenda Gail Taylor pleaded
not guilty to obtaining a controlled
substance by fraud.
Tony Dee Terrell pleaded
guilty to violating his probation for
a 2000 conviction of lewd and las-
civious acts. He will be sentenced
on July 28.
John Dexter Todd pleaded
not guilty to violating probation for
a 2003 conviction of molesting a
child under the age of 12.
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QUESTION: Why is early
supervision and discipline
of a son by his father so
important?
DR. DOBSON: Let me
illustrate this principle with a
recent finding (r'rw, the world
of nature. Other than dogs, which I have
always loved, the animals that fascinae me the
most are elephants These magnificent crea-
tures are highly emotional and surprisingly
intefligenL I suppose that's why it is disturb.
ing to see them suffering the encrpachmentL
of civlliation
That is happening in the Pilanesberg
National Park in northwestern South Africa
Rangers there have reported that young bull
elephants in that region have become increas-
ingly violent In recent years -- especially to
nearby white rhinos. Without provocation,
an elephant will knock a rhinoceros over and
then kneel and gore it to death This Inot typ-
ical elephant behavior, and it's been very dif-
ficult to explain
But now. game wardens think they've
cracked the code Apparently. the aggressive.
ness is a byproduct of government programs
to reduce elephant populations by killing the
older animals.Almost all of the young rogues
were orphaned when they were calves, depriv-
ing them of aduli contact Under normal cir-
cumstances, dominant older males keep the
young bulls In line and serve as role models
for them In the absence of that influence,


Dr. Dy''iIcf' 111.Frli I L(1'-00 '.u EELNLk


Dr.
James
Dobson


"pivende delinquents' grow up ro terrorize
their neighbors
I know It's risky to apply animal behavior
too liberally to human beings., but the paral.
lel here is too string to miss. Let me say- ir
one more ume The absence of early super.
vision and discipline is ofken catastrophic -- for
Leenagers and for elephants.
Prisons are populated pnmarily by men
who were abandoned or rejected by their
fathers. Motivational speaker and writer Zig
Ziglar quotes his friend Bill Glas s. a dedicat-
ed evangelist who counseled almost every
weekend for 25 years with men who were
incarcerated, as saving that, among the thou-
sands of prisoners he had met, not one of
them genuinely loved his dad. Ninety-five per-
cent of those on death row hated their fatheri'.
In 1998, there were 1,202.107 people in
federal or state prisons. Of that number, 94
percent were males. Of the 3.452 prisoners
awaiting executior-, only 48 were women That
amounts to 98.6 percent males Clearly, as
author Barbara jackson said, "it is far easier to
build strong children than to repair broken
men.


Some years ago, executives of a greeting-
card company decided to do something spe-
cial for Mother's Da).The! set up a table in a
federal prison, inviting any inmate who so
desired to send a free card to his mom.The
lines were s, long, they had to make anoth-
er trip to the factory to gAs more cards. Due
Wo the success of the ever, the' decided to
do the same thing on Father's Day, but this
time no one came Not one prisoner felt the
need to send a card to his dad. Many had no
Idea who their fathers even were. What a
sobering illustration of a dad' importance to
his children.
Contrast that. story with a conversation
I once had with a man named Bill Houghton.
who was president of a large construction
firm- Through the years he had hired and
managed thousand of emploIyees. I asked
him. When you are thinking of hiring an
employee -- especially a man *. what do you
look for "
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primarily at che relationship between the man
and his father. If he felt loed byt his dad and
respected his authority, he's likely to be a
good employee.' Then he added: I won't hire
a young man who has been in rebellion against
his dad. He will havs difficulty Aih me. too."
I have also observed that the relationship
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so much of what is to come. He is that impor-
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 27,2005 NEWS News-Leader


BUDGET SUMMARY NOTICE

DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD OF NASSAU COUNTY
THE PROPOSED BUDGET EXPENDITURES OF THE SCHOOL BOARD OF NASSAU COUNTY ARE 9.67% MORE
THAN LAST YEAR'S TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES.


PROPOSED MILLAGE LEVY:
OPERATING:
LOCAL EFFORT
DISCRETIONARY
SUPPLEMENTARY
DEBT SERVICE
CAPITAL OUTLAY


TOTAL MILLAGE



IFrvlFMI rJ I


5.382
0.510
0.189
0.000
2.000

8.081


BUDGET FOR 2005-2006


GENERAL


SPECIAL
REVENUE


DEBT
SERVICE


CAPITAL
PROJECTS


FEDERAL SOURCES
STATE SOURCES
LOCAL SOURCES
TOTAL REVENUES

TRANSFERS IN
NONREVENUE SOURCES
FUND BALANCES JULY 1,2005

TOTAL'REVENUES & BALANCES


93,000.00
30,720,939.00-
35,182,956.00
65,996,895.00



6,641,783.56

72,638,678.56


8,038,925.05
58,000.00
1,947,700.00
10,044,625.05



613,399.41

10,658,024.46


531,612.50

531,612.50



127,652.19

659,264.69


1,108,875.00
14,390,135.20
15,499,010.20



22,862,901.09

38,361,911.29


8,131,925.05
32,419,426.50
51,520,791.20
92,072,142:75

0.00
0.00
30,245,736.25

122,317,879.00


EXPENDITURES


INSTRUCTION
PUPIL PERSONNEL SERVICES
INSTRUCTIONAL MEDIA SERVICES
INSTRUCTIONAL & CURRICULUM
DEVELOPMENT SERVICES
INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF TRAINING
INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT
BOARD OF EDUCATION
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION
SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION
FACILITIES CONSTRUCTION
FISCAL SERVICES
FOOD SERVICES
CENTRAL SERVICES
PUPIL TRANSPORTATION SERVICES.
OPERATION OF 'PLANT
MAINTENANCE OF PLANT
ADMINISTRATIVE TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT
COMMUNITY SERVICES
DEBT SERVICE


TOTAL EXPENDITURES

TRANSFER OUT
FUND BALANCES-JUNE 30, 2006

TOTAL EXPENDITURES,
TRANSFERS & BALANCES


39,401,009.10
2,635,752.89
1,411,828.84

1,253,539.15
381,266.16
718,431.40
4*30,336.62
930,693.83
4,583,424.44
84,000.00
512,683.37

591,816.52
4,729,511.41
6,521,516.81
3,114,886.53
737,066.88
126,234.38
00

68,163,998.33


4,474,680.23


72,638,678.56


3,871,987.81
375,536.76


1,266,243.44
538,755.87


187,240.28
2,514.59
405.33

3,585,864.40
47,401.85
176,464.53


36,861,911.29


.1, .' ,~


2,374.59


10,054,789.45


603,235.01


10,658,024.46


531,515.00

531,515.00


127,749.69


659,264.69


36,861,911.29


1,500,000.00


38,361,911.29


43,272,996.91
3,011,289.65
1,411,828.84

2,519,782.59
920,022.03
718,431.40
430,336.62
1,117,934.11
4,585,939.03
36,946,316.62
512,683.37
3,585,864.40
'639,218.37
4,905,975.94
6,521,516.81
3,114,886.53
737,066.88
128,608.97
531,515.00

115,612,214.07

0.00
6,705,664.93


122,317,879.00


THE TENTATIVE, ADOPTED, AND/OR FINAL BUDGETS ARE ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE ABOVE MENTIONED TAXING AUTHORITY AS A PUBLIC RECORD


TOTAL EMPLOYEES
1994-1995
1999-2000
2004-2005


1051
1227
1345


TOTAL GOV. REVENUES
1994-1995 $ 48,932,353
1999-2000 $ 60,987,665
2004-2005 $ 81,772,069












TOTAL CAPITAL
PROJECTS REVENUE
1994-1995 $ 6,471,029.
1999-2000 $ 6,763,318
2004-2005 $ 12,813,270


UNWEIGHTED FTE
PER 236.081, F.S.
1994-1995 9,464.08
1999-2000 9,782.40
2004-2005 10,599.92


TOTAL EMPLOYEES

1600 1345
1400 .-1227
1200 1051
1000-
800
600
400
200
,0 -
1994-95 1999-2000 2004-2005




TOTAL GOVERNMENT REVENUES

$100,000,000
$81,772.069
$80,000,000
$60,987,665_
$60,000,000 $48,932,353
$40,000,000
$20,000,000 i t

1994-95 1999-2000 2004-2005







TOTAL CAPITAL PROJECTS REVENUE

$14,000,000 $12,813,270
$12,000,000 -.
$10,000,000 ... ...
$8,000,000 1$6,471,029 $56763,318
$6,000,000 -
$4,000,000
$2,000,000
$-: B B I H H I
1994-95 1999-2000 2004-2005




UNWEIGHTED FTE PER 236.081, F.S.

10,800.00 10,599.92
10,600.00 9--2
10,400.00 -
10,200.00 -..
10,000.00 97824U
9,800.00
9,600.00 9,464.08
9,400.00
9,200.00
9,000.00
8,800.00
1994-95 1999-2000 2004-2005


INSTRUCTIONAL EMPLOYEES
1994-1995, 633
1999-2000 762
2004-2005 834


INSTRUCTIONAL EMPLOYEES

900 834
800

600
500
400-

20 ---
100 ....
0


1994-95


1994-1995
'1999-2000
2004-2Q05















1994-1995
1999-2000
2004-2005














1994-1995
1999-2000
2004-2005


TOTAL CURRENT
OPERATING REVENUES
$ 42,040,598
I $ 53,674,752
$ 68,432,515 *













TOTAL DEBT
SERVICES REVENUES
$ 420,726
$ 549,595
$ 526,284












TOTAL CURRENT OPERA'
REVENUES PER UFTE
$4,442.12
$5,486.87
$6,455.95 *


1999-2000 2004-2005


TOTAL CURRENT OPERATING REVENUES

$80,000,000 $68,432,515
$70,000,000 --- -
$60,000,000 $553,674 752
$50,000,000 .42.040- 59&
$40,000,000 -. .
$30,000,000 I
$20,000,000 -
$10,000,000
$_ --
1994-95 1999-2000 2004-2005









TOTAL DEBT SERVICES REVENUES

$60,000 $549595 $526,284
$500,000
$420,726
$400,000 -
$300,000
$200,000
$100,000 -

1994-95 1999-2000 2004-2005


TING

TOTAL CURRENT OPERATING REVENUES PER UFTE

$7,000.00 $6,455.095
$6,000.00 $5,486.87 -
$5,000.00 $4,442.-12
$4,000.00
$3,000.00 -
$2,000.00 -
$1,000.00 -
$0.00
1994-95 1999-2000 2004-2005


* Revenues have been reduced $155,478, in Workforce Development funds to provide comparability in the calculations.
* This adjustment is due to the exclusion of adult program UFTE beginning in 1998-99.


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WEDNESDAY, JULY 27.2005 NEWS News-Leader 15A
-I I


NOTICEOFTAX FOR
SCHOOLCAPITALOUTIAY

The School Board of Nassau County, Florida will soon con-
sider a measure to continue to impose a 2.000 mill property
tax for the capital projects listed herein.

This tax is in addition to the school board's proposed tax of
6.313 mills for operating expenses and is proposed solely at
the discretion of the school board.

THE PROPOSED COMBINED SCHOOL BOARD TAX
INCREASE FOR BOTH OPERATING EXPENSES
AND CAPITAL OUTLAY IS SHOWN IN THE ADJA-
CENT NOTICE.

The capital outlay tax will generate approximately
$11,323,135 to be used for the following projects:

CONSTRUCTION AND REMODELING

Yulee High School

All concerned citizens are invited to a public hearing to be
held on Monday, August 1,2005 at 6:30 pn,. in the
Boardroom at the School Board Office at 1201 Atlantic
Ave., Fernandina Beach, FL 32034.
A DECISION on the proposed CAPITAL OUTLAY
TAXES will be made at this hearing.


AMENDED NOTICE OFTAX
FOR
SCHOOLCAPITAL OUTLAY

The School Board of Nassau County, Florida will
soon consider a measure to amend the use of
property tax for the capital outlay projects previ-
ously advertised for the 2004 to 2005 school year.

NEW PROJECTS TO BE FUNDED

NEW AND REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT
District Wide Furniture Refresh

PROJECTS TO BE DELETED

CONSTRUCTION AND REMODELING
Yulee Middle School PE Facilities

All concerned citizens are invited to a public hear-
ing to be held on Monday, August 1,2005 at 6:30
p.m. in the Boardroom at the School Board Office
at 1201 Atlantic Ave., Femandina Beach, FL
32034.

A DECISION on the proposed amendment to the
projects funded from CAPITAL OUTLAY
TAXES will be made at this meeting.


NOTICEOF
PROPOSED TAX INCREASE

The District School Board of Nassau County, Fl will soon
consider a measure to increase its property tax' levy.


Last year's property tax levy
A. Initially proposed tax levy ............$ 41.278.614
B. Less tax reductions due to Value Adjustment
Board and other assessment charges ... (17.188.00)

C. Actual property tax levy ......... 41,261.426

This year's proposed tax levy ..... ..$ 48,159,090'

A portion of the tax levy is required under state law in order
for the school board to receive $19,342.966 in state educa-
tion grants.

The required portion has increased by 10.425 percent and
represents approximately seven-tenths of the total proposed
taxes.

The remainder of the taxes is proposed solely at the discre-
tion of the school board.
,-
All concerned citizens are invited to a public hearing on the
tax increase to be held on Monday, August 1, 2005, at 6:30
p.m. in the Boardroom at the School Board Office at 1201
Atlantic Ave., Fernandina'Beach, Fl 32034.

A DECISION on the proposed tax increase and the budget
will be made at this meeting.


AMENDED NOTICE OFTAX
FOR
SCHOOLCAPITALOUTIAY

The School Board of Nassau County, Florida will
soon consider a measure to amend the use of
property tax for the capital outlay projects previ-
ously advertised for the 2002 to 2003 school year.

NEW PROJECTS TO BE FUNDED

NEW AND REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT
District Wide Furniture Refresh

PROJECTS TO BE DELETED

CONSTRUCTION AND REMODELING
Atlantic Elementary Bus Loading

All concerned citizens are invited to a public hear-
ing to be held on Monday, August 1,2005 at 6:30
p.m. in the Boardroom at the School Board Office
at 1201 Atlantic Ave., Fernandina Beach, FL
32034.

A DECISION on the proposed amendment to the
projects funded from CAPITAL OUTLAY
TAXES will be made at this meeting.







WEDNESDAY, JULY 27,2005 NEWS News-Leader


Angler crafts love of fishing into leather


PHOTOS BY ALICE WALSH/NEWS-LEADER
All of avid fisherman Lawrence Piper's work has a fishing motif, including this creel and reel, above left, and bream in twigs.


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What do fishing and crafting
leather have in common?
Lawrence Piper of Yulee, who loves
to do both, thought about this and
came up with a winning idea. He
creates beautiful, hand-tobled
leather pictures, wallets, creels,
flasks, and more, all with a fishing
motif.
For the pictures, Piper traces
a design onto a 5-by-7 sheet of
leather, and then uses a number of
tools and stamps to engrave and
press the design into the leather.
Then, using a tiny artist's brush, he
applies colored dyes to enhance
the exquisite detail. Some of the
renderings are of specific varieties
of fish, while others may depict an
angler's scene or still life of fishing
gear.
"I have found the salmon flies to
be the most popular probably
because of their colors," said Piper.
An unusual item, and one that
makes a very special gift for an
avid fisherman, is a 5-by-8 leather
fishing journal, with pages
designed to record the date, place
and time of fishing excursions, the
results, and other notations.
It is a practical way to keep
records for future reference. One
design is of a gracefully swimming
redfish. Another displays an intri-
cately detailed and colorful com-
pass.
Piper's interest in working with
leather dates back to his junior,
high school days in Fernandina
Beach. "I took a semester of
leather craft taught by Buford
Ward. This was about 1969-70, I
believe. My dad had a leather craft,
kit and I began to tinker with it
some, and when I went off to
Abraham Baldwin College in
Tifton, Ga., I took it along. While
there I made leather belts, wallets.
gun holsters traditional Western
stuff, with traditional patterns. But
once in a while I would experiment
with making a picture." Piper
received a two-year degree in
forestry, worked for Gilman Paper
Corp. for two0years, then attended
the University of Florida and
received his bachelor's degree in


business administration.
For Piper, his leather craft is
an avocation; his "day job," for the
last 17 years, has been with
Coastal-Tel.com. However, he
wanted to expand his artistic skills
and took an adult education course
in Jacksonville and learned how
to make creels, fishing baskets
usually woven of wicker. He added
brass hardware to the creels, and
sewed hand-decorated leather
appliques to strategic areas of the
baskets. However, he found that
making the creels required so
much'time and tedious workman-
ship that they were not cost effec-
tive, so he does not make many.
"Way back in our country's his-
tory leather was used extensively
for practical needs: jackets, sad-
dles, reins, boots, holsters and.
knife sheaths," said Piper.
'Then people began wanting
these things personalized and dec-
orated. So they would go to a sad-
dle maker, who either did the dec-
orating himself or had an artisan
who did this."
His kitchen table serves as his
workspace, but Piper says that will
soon change. His daughter, Ashley,
who he has reared as a single par-
ent since she was two years old,
heads for college this fall. "I have
already claimed her room as my
new studio," he says with a grin.
"I haven't found anyone else
here that does leather craft. I would
really like to know if there are oth-
ers, so that we could form a group
or guild. Also, I need to find ways
to market my product Although I
have not approached any mer-
chants yet, I am open to the idea of
consignment if the percentage is
reasonable."
Piper is also presenting his
work at the Island Art Association's
"Gallery Art Fest" outdoor after-
noon exhibits, held on various
Friday afternoons throughout the
year. You can see a few examples
of his work, on his website,
http://theanglersmark.tripod.com.
"But when it comes to leather
work," he says, "you really need to
see it closely, touch it and smell it
to appreciate its quality and
appeal."
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SPORTS TALK
JOHN L. CRAWFORD



Weaver is

hoping to

survive in

Jacksonville
Jacksonville Jaguars' owner
Wayne Weaver dropped what
could be conceived as a bomb-
shell letter to the city of
Jac k .1-nville last week.
The message to the honor-
able Mayor John Peyton?
Help, or else ... well ... Weaver
didn't really seem to want to
say it outright.
But the undertones of the
letter, which basically served
as notice to the city that the
Jaguars are in dire financial
trouble, were pretty scary,
especially if you're a die-hard
Jaguars fan.
The team has reportedly
takeU a pretax loss two of the
last three seasons and is in
need of some short-term finan-
cial help.
Weaver and the Jaguars
have been negotiating, to little
avail, with Jacksonville to
defer rent payments on city-
owned Alltel Stadium until the
team could generate enough
revenue to catch up.
But Weaver, obviously in
crisis mode, said he didn't see
any point in heading back to
the negotiating table for the
"next few years," and said the
franchise would now focus on
getting fans back into the sta-
dium to generate needed rev-
enue.
Business mumbo-jumbo
aside, some of his comments
were sobering. Weaver hinted,
for the first time that I can
recall in the team's 10-year
exiftonre. that rel, .jlAt n
might be a not so distart last
resort.
"I want to be clear that it
has not been my intention to
move the team ... I am simply
looking for an environment in
which the team can survive,"
Weaver wrote in his July 15
letter.
The fact that the first part
of the above sentence is in
past tense is scary enough.
The second part, where
Weaver indicates he is "look-
ing," should be taken very
seriously.
Bottom line, Weaver is a
businessman who looks first
and foremost at, well, the bot-
tom line. If the Jaguars remain
in the red in Jacksonville,
there are sure to be a lot of
people feeling blue after they
leave.
So what does this mean to
the fans? For one, I guess this
means those pesky television
blackouts were the least of our
concerns. More importantly, it
means that it's time for a reali-
ty check.
Can we, or better yet, will
we support the Jaguars? Are
we willing to scrape off the-
orange and blue, garnet and
gold, black and red face paint
left over from Saturday to
apply the teal and black on
Sunday? Can we free up
enough disposable income to
prevent our local team from
disposing of us?
I never bought into the
whole argument that the
Jaguars would someday be
more attractive to fans than
Florida, Florida State and
Georgia. There are just too
many devoted local alumni
and supporters who live for
their college football
Saturday.
The stadium was full
between 1995 and 1999 (when
the team was winning), howev-
er, Sunday apparently
returned to a day for honey-
dos for many these last few
lean years.
Now, with the Jaguars
strapped for cash, Weaver has
to be hoping those chores are
finished and that past fans
who helped sell out Alltel will
climb back on board.
The Jaguars are poised to
be a playoff team in 2005, bar-
ring unexpected injuries to
their "money men."


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SPORTS


B SECTION


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Lanny Kalpin's summer youth tennis clinics
wrap up this week. The camps, sponsored by
the city of Fernandina Beach Parks &
Recreation Department, are held at the
Central Park courts on Atlantic Avenue.
Above. Kevin Hanlon and, right. Ethan
Nazzaro %work on their forehand Monda.
morning.


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Kalpin, above, instructs during Monday's ses-
sion. Far left, Sarah Beal balances a tennis
ball on her racket during a race. Left, Makaela
Hall concentrates on the ball. Below left.
Gracie Hanlon has her eye on the ball as she
hones her forehand. Below right, Erika
Pestana gets some instruction from Jason
Brown.


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WEDNESDAY, JULY27. 2005
NEWS-LEADER / FERNANDINA BEACH. FLORIDA


What remains to be seen is
whether the fans are once
again willing to spend their
money to support an NFL
franchise.
John L. Crawford's column
appears Wednesdays.


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Ryan Estes, 18, will play baseball at Florida
Community College at Jacksonville's North Campus
next season. Nassau County's most valuable player
for the 2005 season, Estes received a full scholarship
to play for the FCCJ Stars.
The left-handed hurler was 7-4 on the mound
this past season for the Fernandina Beach High
School baseball team, and in three seasons, collect-
ed 19 wins for the Pirates.
"He was in the starting rotation from the time he
walked in as a 10th grader," FBHS Coach Ken Roland
said. "He's kind of been one of those guys when
you have a big game you hand the ball to him.
"I think every game he pitched in he kept us in
the game. He kept it close for us to win or have a
chance to win it. Win or lose, that's what you want
your pitching to do."


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just 14 batters.
Estes started playing Dixie Youth ball at the age
of four in Charleston, S.C. He moved to Fernandina
Beach at age seven and attended his first Pirate
Baseball Camp run by Roland each summer.
He started pitching two years later.
"I saw him pitch 10 games in high school," said
Chris Blaquiere, head baseball coach at FCCJ. "The
one thing that struck me last year was his ability:to
compete. We look for a guy that handles adversity.
He'll compete for a starting position.
"He's a good kid, a grounded kid and he comes
from a good family. That's important here at FCCJ.
"Our job is to develop him physically and get his
tools better."
Estes, the son of Charlene and Richard Estes of
Fernandina Beach, said he plans to pursue a career'
in recreation and leisure.


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There are days when Florida
golfers may envy their brothers
who have gone north to cooler
weather and the past couple of
weeks have led to lots of liquids
and lots of perspiration. Sixty-one
players braved the heat and
humidity July 20 to take part in
the Fernandina Beach Men's
Golf Association Wednesday blitz
with Wayne Mortenson having a
good day, as he shot an 86, good
for plus 10 and individual honors.
He was followed by Ed Lormand
(87, plus 9) and Jim White (90,
plus 7)'.
First-place team winners at
plus 11 included Sammy Alvarez
(77, plus 5), Mickey Rushton (93,
minus 3), JohnMitchum (84,
plus 5) and Jack Sipes (84, plus
4).
In close pursuit at plus 10 was
the team of Ron Peterson (79,
plus 5), Don Lay (88, plus 4),
Woody Kallas (88, minus 3) and
Ed Mailey (75, plus 4).
It always helps to have a big
plus on your team as
Mortenson's plus 10 enabled the
team of Allen Trowbridge (94,
minus 3), Jim Dunphy (84, plus
2), and Mike Manis (97, minus
6) to come in at a distant third
place finish of plus 3.
In recent weeks, we have had
some huge minuses manage to
finish on one of the top four
teams. Last week was one of
them as there was a tie for fourth
place at plus 1 involving the
teams of Roger Arsenault (112,
minus 4), Jim White (plus 7),
George Watts (80, minus 2), Rich
Vredenburgh (88, plus 1), Tom
Harmon (84, minus 1 and Ed
Lormand (plus 9), Bob Howard
(84, plus 4), Bob Best (79, minus
2) and Charles Hoenstine (96,
minus 10).
Friday was still one of tropical
days with a breeze and the shade
to be found in the rough making
the day bearable for the 52
blitzers. Bob Howard had a great
round of 76, good for plus 11
points and individual honors.
John Lafear (77, plus) and John
Bray (82, plus 8) finished second


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The Buick Open The Buick Open has been an
Defending: Vijay Singh off-andonI Lurnacre i o'n the
Total Purse: $4,600,000 PGA Toor s lnce 1958 Tla e -,au-
Yards; 7,127 gural event took place in 958
Par: 72 as the Buick Open Invitational
with Billy Casper defeating
Arnold Palmer by one stroke. There was no tourament from 1970 ihrouigh
1976 as the event was in a state of l\t Once the lourrame-nt res-umed in
1977. it has been a constant i.tujjre on the PGATour Ton' Lema Julius Boros
and Viay Sirgn are the on men to win the Buick Open on two -eparate
occassions. Sirngh is the defending champion. defea.ng John Daly by one
stroke and Tiger Woods by two strokes All three individuals are scheduled to
compete hiis week in what should be an e4 PG Tournament.


Tournament Results Ben Crane red from wire-io-wire In capture the
Champion: Ben Crane U.S. Bank Championship bi. four str.Aes o.ver
Purse: $684,000 Scott Verplank. For Crane. il .t.as his second
2nd Place: Scott Verplank PGATour victory following his win at the 2003
Purse: $410,400 BellSoulh Classic. Crane not only nad Io race
3rd Place: Chad Campbell the heat from ihe other competitors, but Mother
Purse: 5258,400 Nature was a factor as well. With heat indices
in the lower 100s Crane kept his cool and fired
a final round 1-under 69 With his wire-to-wire ,in Crane became only the second play-
er to accornplis this feat at the U S. Bank Championship. with Ed Snead the other golfer
to do it in 1974. Crane also ltoied Phil Mickelson (AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-
Amn, Jushtn Leonard tFedEx SL Jude Classic) and Tiger Woods (Bnish Open) as play-
ers to lead after all tour rounds of a PGA Tour event this season


Round 4 At the age of 17 years and 6 months,
in,''. it atri youngest player to ever get
a PGA TouI card?


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Birthplace: Porland Ore
Residence: Westlake. Texas
Turned Professional: 1999
Joined TOUR: 2002


World Ranking: 25
2005 Earnings: $1,310,319
PGA TOUR Victories: 2 PGA TOUR victories 2003 BellSouth
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July 30. 193Q_ A popular pashme
first became very popular in France
and is now a great family-friendly
activity in the United States. Back
then, the gamenie was called "Tom
Thumb" due to the shortness of the
course As you may have already fig-
ured out. "Tom Thumb" is what we
call miniature golf and It Is now
played around the world.


a iirff .ilt to have tre time to put
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raise our garrie a level or Ibwo
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the lorng temi and we can prac-
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home to rake progress One of
the best ways is to use your mirrorat home to
check on your set up grp, ball position, align-
ment and posture. Anc.iher rmeithod to consis-
tency is to have the same rouLne before every
shot. We watch the professionals and every'
time, they go through the same set of motions
before a shot This practice should be followed
by the amateur golfer as well to rnprove our
comfort level. Finally, we can not swing one
dub harder or softer than the others. Practice
-.ep-inrg the same tempo for all the dubs in the
bag and the results will be positive.


2005 Money Leaders World Rankings Driving Distance Putting Average
Rank & Player Mono Rank & Player Sagg Rank & Player Ag. Rank 46 Player AMt
1) Tiger Woods' $6,601.874 1)Tiger Woods 15.99 1) Scott Hend 318.3 1) Ben Crane 1.691
2) Vijay Singh .. $5,994,203 2) Vijay Singh 11.84 2) Tiger Woods 312.1 2) Arjun Atwal 1.711
3) Phil Micl.elson $4.268,775 3) Ernie Els 9.32 3) Brett Wetterich 309,0 3) Scott Verplank 1.722
4) David Toms. $3,354.663 4) Phil Mickelson 8.61 4) Scott Gutschewski 306.8 4) Steve Stricker 1.723
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GOLF NEWS
and third, respectively.
With two players, Claude
Hartley (91) and Roger Smith
(78), coming in with plus 7s com-
'bined with Steve Johnson (74,
plus 4) and Sammy Alvarez (80,
even), the team finished at plus
18 and first place.
Bray (plus 8) was a member
of the second-place team as Bray,
Frank Finocchio (84, plus 5),,
Steve Shannon (84, plus 2) and
Robert Johnson (88, even) fin-
ished at plus 15.
George Watts (75, plus 5), Ed
Lormand (87, plus 5), Jack Sipes
(88, even) and Charles
Hoeristine (87, plus 1) finished at
plus 11 and in third place.
There was a tie for fourth
place at plus 7 with Howard's
plus 11 enabling his team, which
included Ron Peterson (85,
minus 2), Bob Best (80, minus 2)
and Larry Brauda (82, even), to
share that spot with Don Lay (89,
even), Doug Wolfe (94, minus 1),
J. P. Kreger (78, plus 3) and
Michael Kaufman (80, plus 5).

Breakfastmixer _
Thirty-two players showed up
at the city course before 8 a.m. to
take part in the FBMGA
Saturday Morning Breakfast
Mixer. When it was all over,
Walter Boyd (87) and Tommy
Purvis (89) shared first place at
plus 5. Claude Hartley (97) came
in third at plus 2. Jack Croake
(86), David Mason (80) and Jim
Robertson (83) all finished at
plus 1 to.share the final three
winning spots.

SurfScrambleset
The Surf Scramble will be
held at 11 a.m. Aug. 2 at The Golf
Club of Amelia Island. The $99
entry fee includes golf, cart and
a buffet at The Surf following the
event with open bar for two
hours. There will be prizes and
giveaways, and each eligible
player (pros excluded) has the
opportunity to win $25,000 by
making a hole-in-one on the
ninth hole and $15,000 in a put-
ting contest at The Surf.
Stop by the The Surf to sign
up for this four-person scramble.

A benefit tournf ey itto e '
The inaugural ALS Amelia
Island Golf Classic will be held
Aug. 5 at Long Point Golf Club
on Amelia Island Plantation.
Registration is at 10:30 a.m. with
a noon shotgun start Reception
will be held from 5-7 p.m. All pro-
ceeds benefit ALS Association
Florida Chapter. Entry fee is
$125 per player or $400 for a
foursome and includes golf,
lunch, raffle ticket and cocktail
reception.
To register or for information,
contact Mark O'Day at (904) 553-
0576 or odaym25@aol.com, or
visit www.als-florida.org.

Really Caring tournament
The sixth annual "Really
Caring" Golf Tournament, host-
ed by the Amelia Island Planta-
tion in support of the McArthur
Family YMCAs Really Caring
Scholarship Fund, will be held
Aug. 26. Check-in and breakfast
at Long Point will be at 7:30 a.m.
with a shotgun start at 9 a.m.
Entry fee is $100 per person and
includes cart fee, greens fee,
lunch and prizes. Format is four-
person scramble.
Contact Nild Stanford at the
YMCA at 261-1080.


TENNIS NEWS

USA School Tennis offers
free starter equipment from
Wilson, including free rackets,
balls and/or Wilson short cut
nets for schools. USA School
Tennis Curriculum Guide for
physical education teachers
(designed for small and large
groups) with an in-service pro-
gram is designed to instruct
teachers how to teach the skills
necessary fqr the development
of the students. No previous ten-
nis playing or teaching experi-
ence is needed. Parents or teach-
ers wanting to be involved in this
program may call USA Team
Nassau. The Yulee Tennis
Foundation, Inc. will handle all
necessary paperwork and will
answer any questions.
Information packages will be
going out to all Nassau County
school principals and PE teach-
ers. Private schools may also
register.
Keys to the Yulee tennis
courts, for tennis play only, will
be made available.
For information regarding
USA Team Nassau, call Robin
French, 225-0403, or the Nassau
County Recreation Department
548-4889. E-mail: davejudi@bell
south.net (reference tennis).
Visit www.teamnassaufl.org.


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SPORTS SHORTS


SUBMITTED PHOTOS
Memihers of the boys relay team take a few minutes to relax before their event Saturday at the
River City Swim League 6-and-under Championships in Jacksonville. Pictured, from left, are
Dyhua Hernandez, Jonathan Balyeat, Dalton Thrift and Camp Priest



Smallest Stingrays compete


"Iowe this all to swimming," said 4-year-old Dylan
Hernandez after winning his second heat ribbon at the
River City Swim League 6-and-under Championships.
The meet was held Saturday at Wolfson High
School in Jacksonville and was the season finale for
Team Fernandina Stingrays' 6-and-under swimmers.
The 10 swimmers representing the Stingrays com-
peted against more than 300 swimmers from the
Jacksonville area.
Katie McNeil, Kelly Hill, Madeline Jarman, Camp
Priest, Katie Brauda and Sydne Caddy placed 20th or
above in one or more of their individual events.
Jarman, Juliana Reeve and Dylan Hernandez' also
earned "heat winner" ribbons.
Stingrays aged 7 and up will swim in their own
championships at The Bolles School Thursday
through Sunday.
Stingrays results from 6-and-under Championships:
Girls 100-yard freestyle relay (Kelly Hill. Sydne
Caddy, Madeline Jarman, Katie McNeill, sixth place.
1:46.84.
Boys 100-yard freestyle relay (Dalton Thrift.
Dylan Hernandez, Jonathan Balyeat. Camp Priest).
14th place, 2:43.83.
Girls 25-yard freestyle: 9. Katie McNeil (23.55);
16. Kelly Hill (25.64); 20. Madeline Jarman (26.101; 38.
Sydne Caddy (29.93); 97. Juliana Reeve (46.371.
Boys 25-yard freestyle: 53. Camp Priest (36.04I1:
56. DaltonThrift (37.69); 61. Dylan Hernandez (38.35);
66. Jonathan Balyeat (39.32).
Girls 25-yard backstroke: 5. Madeline Jlarman
(27.19); 12. Katie McNeil (30.16); 21. Katie Brauda
(33.48).
Boys 25-yard backstroke: 16. Camp Priest
(34.83); 48. Dalton Thrift (46.48); 64. Jonathan Balveat
(58.29); 68. Dylan Hernandez (1:0'.4-421.
Girls 25-yard breaststroke:'6. Kelly-HillT.C;4.62)..
8. Sydne .qASy,05.6);,7 Ijai Briu^kr4:dr'--.
Girls 25-yard kickboard: 10. Madeline Jarman
and Kelly Hill (tie 32.76); 14. Katie McNeil (33.14); 18.
Katie Brauda (35.62); 47. Sydne Caddy (46.00); 54.
Juliana Reeve (53.26).
Boys 25-yard kickboard: 23. Jonathan Balyeat
(43.22); 27. Dalton Thrift (45.60); 29. Dylan Hernandez
(46.40); 32. Camp Priest (48.55).


Above,
Stingray
Made-
line
Jarman
smiles
after
com-
pleting
her
swim.
Left,
Juliana
Reeve
won her
heat
ribbon
in the
25-yard
free-
style.
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Mixed 100-yard freestyle relay: 10. TFS "A"
(Kelly Hill, Dalton Thrift, Camp Priest Katie McNeil),
2:03.96; 15. TFS "B" (Madeline Jarman, Dylan
Hernandez, Katie Brauda, Jonathan Balyeat), 2:21.20.


Above left, coach Rachel Christian and the Stingrays' girls relay team, from left, Katie McNeil,
Kelly Hill, Madeline Jarman and Sydne Caddy. Above right, Dylan Hernandez won heat ribbons
for kickboard and 25-yard freestyle. He was the only team member to win two heat ribbons.


Above, Stingrays pre-meet
cheer with coaches Valerie
Priest and Bob Christian.
Left, Coaches Rachel
Christian and Valerie Priest
with the mixed girls and boys
relay teams. Katie Brauda,
Madeline Jarman, Katie
McNeil, Kelly Hill with Dylan
Hernandez, Camp Priest,
Jonathan Balyeat and Dalton
Thrift made up the teams of
two girls and two boys each.
Stingray member Thomas
Seidel volunteered his
Saturday morning to work
clerk of course for TFS.


Girls on the Run
Registration is now open for the fall season at
Girls on the Run a fun and positive program for
8-12 year old girls of all abilities. Throughout the
season, girls learn about important life skills while
training to complete a 5K (3.1 mile) run/walk. Each
lesson includes fun team activities, stretching, run-
ning games, uplifting workouts and group discus-
sions, while building self-esteem and healthy
lifestyles. At the end of the season, girls from all
GOTR teams participate in a non-competitive 5K
run/walk that gives the girls a chance to shine and
a big sense of accomplishment at the finish line.
Fall programs begin Sept. 11 and are being held
at the McArthur YMCA on Mondays and
Wednesday from 4-5:15 p.m., Atlantic Elementary
on Tuesday and Thursdays from 2:30-3:30 p.m.
and Yulee Elementary on Tuesdays and Thursdays
from 2:30-3:30 p.m.
The registration deadline is Aug. 31. Group
sizes are limited and formed on a first-come, first-
served basis. Volunteer coaches are also needed
to work with a team of girls. For more information,
call 321-4315 or e-mail GOTRneflorida@aol.com.

YMScamps
A volleyball camp will be held at Yulee Middle
School from 3-5 p.m. Aug. 1-4. It is open to girls in
grades 6-8 and the cost is $25.
A soccer camp for boys and girls in grades 6-9
will be held from 3-5 p.m. Aug. 1-4 at YMS. Cost is
$25. Call 225-5116 for information.

Turtle Trot set
Entries are now being accepted for the annual
Labor Day 5K and 10K Turtle Trot. The running
event will be held Sept. 3, beginning at 8:30 a.m. at
Fort Clinch State Park. Registration is $15 until
Aug. 26 and $20 afterwards through race day. Pick
up entry forms and register at Amelia Island
Wellness Center (869 Sadler Road), Red Otter
Outfitters (1012 Atlantic Ave.) or on-line at
www.ameliaislandrun ners.com.
Awards will be three deep male and female in
the following age groups: 13 and under, 14-19, 20-
29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59 and 60 and older. T-shirts
will distributed to all runners and walkers. Awards
ceremony will be held at the Atlantic Avenue
Recreation Center. Bib race number will be hon-
ored as a car pass to Fort Clinch all day Sept. 3.
Pre-registered runners and walkers may pick up
race packets at Amelia Wellness Center from 7
a.m. to 7 p.m. Sept. 2. Race packets will also be at
the Atlantic Avenue Recreation Center beginning at
7 a.m. on race day.
Race proceeds will be donated to the Amelia
Island Sea Turtle Watch. For information, contact
the Amelia Island Runners at 491-0369.

FBHSvolleyball
Femandina Beach High School volleyball team
will hold an open practice from 3:30-5 p.m. Aug. 1 -
5. Tryouts will be from 3-5 p.m. Aug. 8-9. Players
must have an updated physical.

Quarterback Club
The Quarterback Club's deadline for member- .
,ship/season ticket applications and advertising .
applications has been extended to Aug. 1. The
remaining chair back seats are available. For more
information and availability, please visit our web-
site, www.fbhspirates.com or contact Mike Mekara
at (904) 608-4600 or or mtmekara@yahoo.com.
The Quarterback Club's next regular meeting is
at $:30 p.m. Aug. 1 at the Fernandina Beach High
School media center (library) and refreshments will
be provided.
The Quarterback Club and football staff
requests volunteers to assist with cleaning up the
Pirate Field. Work will be completed on two con-
secutive Saturdays, July 30 and Aug. 6, starting at
approximately 9 a.m.

Yulee Pop Warner
Yulee Athletic Association will hold sign-ups for
Pop Wamer football and cheerleading from 10 a.m.
to noon July'30 at the athletic building at the Yulee
Sports Complex on Goodbread Road. A special
sign-up date is from 6-8 p.m. July 27 at the Burger
King at 1-95 and A1A.
A copy of the applicant's birth certificate, current
wallet-size picture and a copy of the student's
report card for the last semester of school are
required.
For information, contact Kim Highsmith at 225-
8418 or Chris Turner at 483-7436.
Physical examinations for Pop Warner will be
held on July 30 from 10 a.m. to noon. The cost is
$10 per athlete.

Ferandina Beach Pop Warner
Femrnandina Beach Pop Warner meets at 7 p.m.
on the fourth Thursday of the month at the Atlantic
Avenue Recreation Center.
Sports physical will be offered from 5:15-7 p.m.
July 28 at the Atlantic Avenue Recreation Center.
Fee is $10. Registration will also be held during
that time. There are still a few spots for cheerlead-
ing.
Call Randall Mabe at 225-5474 or John Spence
at 261-3803 or or visit www.fernandinabeachpop
warner.com.

CMS summer camps
The following camps will be held at Callahan
Middle School:
Volleyball camp from 3-6 p.m. Aug. 1-4 for
grades 5-9. Cost is $60 for four-day camp with
offensive and defensive skills, drills, strategies,
contests and scrimmages.
Basketball camp from 6-9 p.m. Aug. 1-4 for
grades 5-9. Cost is $60 for four-day camp which
includes offensive and defensive skills, drills,
strategies, contests and scrimmages.

Yoga events


Y Yoga offers a stretch class at 8 a.m.
Wednesday. Ball and core classes are at 9 a.m.
Wednesday and 6 p.m. Thursday. Hot yoga ses-
sions are at 7 p.m. Tuesday and Thursdays.
Call Y Yoga at 415-9642.

Marathon trainingteam
Girls on the Run is building a team of local
women who want to run for a reason and have fun.
Ladies are invited to join GOTR to train for the
Miami Marathon/Half-Marathon (your choice) and
help support the GOTR girls!
It is open to all women (walkers, beginner run-
ners, experienced marathoners and everyone in


between). Take the summer to build up your run-
ning base (training program begins Oct. 1). Talk
with our coach over the summer to get training
advice before the official program begins. Train in
the fall and winter when it's cooler. There is a fund-
raising commitment of $262.
There will be fun socials and informative training
clinics. Team sizes are limited and on a first-come,
first-served basis, so sign-up early to reserve a
spot.
Register at www.active.com or get more details
at www.gotrneflorida.org.

Beach soccer
Sand Blast Sports expects more than 2,000 sun
and soccer fanatics, youth and adults, to take over
Florida beaches in Ft. Lauderdale, St. Petersburg,
Jacksonville and Panama City for the inaugural
2005 Sand Blast Beach Soccer Florida Tour pre-
sented by Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer. The local event
will be held Sept. 9-11 at Jacksonville Beach.
Holiday Inn SunSpree Resort, 1617 North First St.,
is the host. The weekend events feature a two-day
recreational tournament, as well as evening social
activities for players and fans to enjoy the cama-
raderie of the beautiful game on the shores of
Florida's tropical beaches.
A fast-paced game that averages two shots on
goal every minute and over 10 goals a game,
beach soccer is played 5-on-5 and the soft sand
tests players' aerobic strength while encouraging
high flying tricks and daredevil maneuvers.
Brackets are seeded to support all levels of play
from beginner to the most experienced. Rules, reg-
istration and further information are available at
www.sandblastsoccer.com.
The Sand Blast Beach Soccer Tour begins with
a Friday night bracket selection party. Tournament
play is scheduled to last throughout the day on
Saturday. The Pabst Blast at Sand Blast party high-
lights Saturday night, followed by more beach play
on Championship Sunday.
To register, visit www.sandblastsoccer.com.

Recreation roundup
The city of Fernandina Beach Recreation
Department is offering the following activities:
Adult volleyball is held from 7-9 p.m. Tuesday
and Fridays, and from 5-8 p.m. Sunday at Peck
Gym. Cost is $3 per day ($5 non-city residents) or
$50 for three months for city residents ($65 for
county residents).
Free junior basketball court time for ages 18
and under at Peck Gym is held on Saturdays from
11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Maximum number of participants
is 20, and school identification is required.
Adult softball registration will be held Aug. 1
through Sept. 2 at the Atlantic Center. Co-ed slow-
pitch is Monday and Wednesday evenings, men's
slowpitch Tuesday nights and men's fastpitch is
Thursday nights. Team fee is $385 and due Sept.
2. Captain's.meeting is Sept. 8. Season begins
Sept. 19. For information, contact Jason at 277-
7350. Umpires and scorekeepers are needed.
Late summer youth tennis program, a six-
week clinic, will be held Aug. 16 through Sept. 23 at
the Central Park courts with instructor Lanny
Kalpin. Mom/Dad & Me clinic for ages 3-5 will be
held from 1:30-2:30 p.m. Monday or ,
Wednesday. Beginner (ages 5-6) from 3:30-4:30
p.m. Tuesday or Thursdays. Beginner (ages 7-12)
from 3:30-4:30 p.m. Monday, Wednesdays or
Friday. Fee is $48 for city residents, $53 non-city.
Advanced beginner and intermediate (ages 7-14)
from 4:30-6 p.m. Monday, Tuesdays,
Wednesday or Thursdays. Fee is $72 for city resi-
dents, $77 non-city. A maximum of six participants
in any clinic. Register at the Atlantic Center.
Contact Kalpin at 491-0255 or 557-8110.
Late summer adult six-week tennis clinics will
be held Aug. 16 through Sept. 23 are offered at the
Central Park courts with instructor Lanny Kalpin.
3.0/3.5 doubles/singles clinic from 9-10 a.m.
Tuesday. 3.0/3.5 doubles/singles clinic from 6-7
p.m. Wednesday. Advanced beginner
doubles/singles from 7-8 p.m. Wednesday.
3.0/3.5 doubles/singles clinic from 6-7 p.m.
Thursday. Advanced beginner clinics from 9-10
a.m. Friday, Fee is $66 for city residents, $71 non-
city. Maximum of five participants. Register at the
Atlantic Center. Call Kalpin at 491-0255 or 557-
8110.
Private, semi-private (two people) or group
(three or more) tennis lessons will be available in
morning or evening sessions at the Central Park
courts. Private fee is $40 per hour for city resi-
dents, $45 non-city. Semi-private fee is $42 per
hour for city residents, $47 non-city. Group rate is
$44 per hour for city residents, $49 non-city. Call
Lanny Kalpin at 491-0255 or 557-8110. Register at
the Atlantic Center.
Central Park tennis court keys are available at
the Atlantic Center for $5 refundable deposit.
Aqua 1 water aerobics is held from 9:05-9:50
a.m. at the Atlantic Center pool or 6:30-7:15 p.m. at
the MLK Center pool each Monday through
Thursday. Cost is $5 per day or $45 per month for
city residents and $6 per day or $50 per month for
non-city residents. Weekly rates available. Register
on the 15th of every month at the Atlantic Center.
For private swim lessons, call Jesse at 277-
7350. Single session (30 minutes) is $20 for city
residents, $25 non-city. Four-session package is
$48 for city residents, $50 non-city. Eight-session
package is $88 for city residents, $90 non-city.
Atlantic Center pool is open from 11 a.m. to 7
p.m. daily. Admission is $3 for city residents, $5
non-city residents. Summer passes (valid through
Labor Day) are available for $65 individual city resi-
dents, $95 couples, $130 family. Fees for non-city
residents are $80 individual, $115 couples, $175
family.
The MLK Center pool is open from 11 a.m. to
4 p.m. Monday through Friday and from 12-5 p.m.
weekends. Admission is $3 for city residents, $5 for
non-city residents. Summer passes are available
for individuals, couples and families and may be
purchased at the Atlantic Center. Fees are $35 for
individual, $55 couples, $85 family for city.residents
and $44 individual, $69 couples and $105 family
for non-city residents.


Lap swim at the Atlantic Center runs from 6-8
a.m. Monday through Friday. Cost is $3 for city res-
idents, $5 all others. Lap swim is also available
during public swim hours.
Coed exercise is held from 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Tuesday and Thursdays at the MLK Center.
Shotokan karate classes for ages 6 and up
with instructor Jerry Williamson are offered from
3:30-4:30 p.m. Monday and Wednesdays at the
Atlantic Recreation Center. Fee is $40 monthly for
city residents ($45 for non-city). Uniforms available
through the instructor. Register at the Atlantic
Center.
For information on any of the department's pro-
grams, call 277-7350.









WEDNESDAY, JULY 27,2005 / NEWS-LEADER


OUTDOORS






Fernandina teams fare well in Jax tourney



Crawford wins VIP title

again with 40.9-pound king 'a.


T he 25th annual
BellSouth Greater
Jacksonville Kingfish
Tournament got under
way July 18 with VIP,
Tournament of Champions and a
SKA Pro Tour events.
Amazingly, Kenny Crawford
of Fernandina Beach won the
VIP tournament for the second
year in a row by weighing in a
40.9-pound king mackerel.
Fishing aboard his Contender
team boat, "Crawfish," were
Doreen Fletcher, Bill Buzemore,
John Giese and Bill Walsh. They
pocketed a cool $50,000 for their
big win.
However, big news came dur-
ing the general portion of the
Greater Jacksonville Kingfish
Tournament when Fernandina
Beach's Bear Croft pulled up to
the weigh-in site with a 46.1-
pound kingfish to take the first-
day lead.
"We had a double-header of
big kings," Croft said. "We actu-
ally gaffed the largest fish first
and then, minutes later, gaffed a
second big king. We actually did
not know which king was bigger,
they were so big!"
During the second day of the
event, the "Bear Caught" landed
a 32-pound kingfish and was atop
the aggregate division. However,
they were beat out in the big fish
category when Bill Rew of Ponte
Vedra Beach weighed in a 48.95-
pound king mackerel to take the
top prize valued at $115,000.
The "Bear Caught" fishing
team settled for second place big
fish and won a brand new com-
pletely-rigged "Sea Chaser" fish-
ing boat.
Croft was fishing with Rick
Dopson, Ryan Rodeffer, Sally
Mills and Debbie Portier.
Fernandina Beach's Paul
Massey and his "Outrageous"
fishing team took second place
honors in the VIP tournament
and were actually leading the
SKA two-day pro event while
,veiing h in in 36.20-pound king-
fish on July 18. Other team mem-
bers included Joe Bruce and
Mark Yokeley.
'We ran offshore and fished
the same waters that we fished
on Monday, but were unable to
catch a second big fish," Massey
said. "Our biggest king that we
landed on Tuesday weighed 12
pounds, which dropped us from
the lead into 10th in the SKA Pro
tournament."
Second place prize money in
the VIP event was worth $20,000.
Capt. Allen Mills and the
"Wahoo" finished in 10th place in
the VIP with a 29.60-pound king
mackerel.
Mills, also of Fernandina
Beach, fished in the Junior
Angler Tournament with his son,
Travis Mills, and placed 29th in


the fun fish-
ing tourna-
ment
Local
king fisher-
men Jeff and
Nancy,
Dunbar
weighed in
enough king
Terry Lacoss mackerel,
... including a
S 33-pounder,
OUTDOORS to take 5th
place in the
SKA pro event. The "Fish
Dancer" fishing team was also
fishing offshore.
Pat Poteat, Hardy Scarbo-
rough and Jay Iskow, all from
Fernandina Beach, landed 9th
place in the big fish category
aboard the "Just-Do-It." Their big
king weighed 39.4 pounds.
Capt. Benny Hendrix guided
the "N-Tropic" fishing team to a
38.60-pound king mackerel and
11th place honors in the big fish
category. His father, Benny
Hendrix Sr., is a past winner in
the event and was certainly
proud of his son's accomplish-
ments.
Fernandina Beach fishermen
Eddie Claxton and Mark
Meierdierck landed 20th place in
the big fish category with a
35.85-pound king mackerel.
In the Junior Angler .
Tournament, Steve Pickett and
his 4/0 Fernandina Beach fish-
ing team guided Matt Fuglestad
to a nice 28.35-pound king mack-
erel for 6th place honors.
There were several hot spots
for king mackerel during the
BellSouth Greater Jacksonville
Kingfish Tournament Rew's win-
ning kingfish was reportedly
landed at Jacksonville's
"Southeast Hole."
There were as many as 75
boats fishing at the south end of
Amelia Island at Nassau Sound.
Offshore hot spots included the
"Amberjack Hole," the "Elton
Bottom," Haddocks Hideaway"
and "FA" fish havens.
However, there were few
boats fishing at the once very
popular St Marys inlet when my
daughter, Mary Lee Forehahd,
and I began trolling our kingfish
baits in the deep channel waters
with only a few hours to fish dur-
ing the final day of the event At
4 p.m., a "smoker" smoked the
downrigger reel and we were
hooked up.
After a 15-minute battle, I
looked for the long handle of the
kingfish gaff and suddenly
remembered that I had left it
behind! Mary Lee took the hand
, gaff and secured our catch and
off we raced for the check-in
boat.
The king weighed just shy of
30 pounds and was also just shy


PHOTOS BY TERRY LACOSS/SPECIAL
The "Bear Caught" fishing team, right, captained by Fernandina Beach's Bear Croft, took second place in the big fish category
with a 46.1-pound king mackerel. Left, first-place VIP winner Kenny Crawford is pictured receiving a check for $50,000 for
weighing in a 40.9-pound king mackerel. Also pictured are Doreen Fletcher, Bill Walsh, left, and John Giese, far right.


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of being in the money. The
Amelia Angler fishing team did
place in the top 10 in the
'Tournament of Champions."
Crawford also had a few nerv-
ous minutes when one of his
guests was handed a bent fishing
red that appeared to have a bar-


racuda on the other end when
the fish did not run. After a
minute of jerking the rod and
doing everything fishermen do
to lose a fish, the fish suddenly
took off on a blistering kingfish
run! Crawford took the bent fish-
ing rod and, minutes later, a


$50,000 kingfish was boated!
The final results: "Crawfish,"
first, VIP; "Outrageous," second,
VIP; "Bear Caught," second, big
fish; "Fish Dancer," fifth, Yamaha
Pro; "4/0," sixth, Junior; "Just Do
It," ninth, big fish; 'Wahoo,"
10th, VIP; "Amelia Angler," top


p"" Above, Jack Healan,
Lisa Mills and Dan
McCranie, from left,
placed in the top 10
in the 'Tournament
of Champions" with
S'this nice king mack-
erel. Left, Patrick
Poteat, Hardy
Scarborough and Jay
Iskow, from left, took
ninth place in the big
fish category with a
', 39.4-pound king
mackerel.





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fish; "4/0," sixth, Junior Angler;
and "Wahoo," 29th, Junior
Angler.
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Fernandina fishing teams domi-
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LEGAL NOTICES


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, IN
AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY,
FLORIDA ,
CASE NO.: 05-107-CA
CARL SHIFFLETT,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ROBERT J. BEAVER, JR., et al.,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice Is hereby given
that, pursuant to an order'or
a final judgment of foreclo-
sure entered in the above-
captioned action, I will sell
the property situated in
Nassau County.' Florida,
described as:
Lots 1, 2, and 3, SUNBELT
SENTRY, according to plat
thereof recorded in plat book
5, page 54, of the public
records of Nassau County,
Florida
at public sale, to the highest
and best bidder for cash, at
the main entrance of the
Nassau County Judicial
Annex, 76347 Veteran's Way,
In Yulee, Florida at 11:30 a.m.
on the 17th day of August,
2005.
WITNESS my hand and
seal of said Court on July'20,
2005,
JOHN A. CRAWFORD
CLERK, CIRCUIT COURT
By: Linda Ryals
Deputy Clerk
LAWRENCE J, BERNARD,
ESQUIRE
Lewis & Bernard, PA.
Attorney for Plaintiff
300 W. Adams Street
Suite 300
Jacksonville, Florida 32202
(904) 355-9003
2t 07-27,08-03-2005
4478


PUBLIC NOTICE
The St. Johns River Water
Management District has
received the applications)
for Environmental Resource
Permit(s) from:
Amelia Park Development
LLR 1405 Park Avenue, Suite
101, Fernandina Beach, FL

32034, application #40-089-
26859-5 The project Is located
In Nassau County, Section 29,
Township 03 North, Range 28
East. The ERP application is for
construction of a surface
water management system
for a 97.6-acre, residential
development known as
Amelia Park.
Micawber Enterprises LLR
Ben Lavarlas, 96067 Tara Glen
Lane, Yulee, FL 32097, appli-
cation #40-089-51804-4. The
project Is located In Nassau
County, Section 50, Township
03 North, Range 28 East. The
ERP application Is for con-
struction of a surface water
management system for a
12.8-acre, residential devel-
opment known as Blackrock
Hammock, Phase II.
River Glen LLC, Timothy
Shea, 2251 St. Johns Bluff Road
South, Jacksonville, FL 32224,
application #40-089-96509-2,
The project Is located In
Nassau County, Sections 11,
12,13 & 14,Township 02 North,
Range 28 East. The ERP appli-
cation Is for a clearing per-
mit for an 88.07-acre devel-
opment known as River Glen.
The file(s) containing each
of the above-listed applica-
tion(s) are available for
Inspection Monday through
Friday except for legal holi-
days, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.


at the St. Johns River Water
Management District
Headquarters or the appro-
priate service center. Written
objections to the application
may be made, but should be
filed with (received by) the
District Clerk, 4049 Reid St.,
Palatka, Florida 32177-1429,
no later than 14 days from
the date of publication.
Written objections should
Identify the objector by name
and address, and fully
describe the objection to the
application. Filing a written
objection does not entitle you
to a Chapter 120, Florida
Statutes, Administrative
Hearing. Only those persons
whose substantial Interests
are affected by the applica-
tion and who file a petition
meeting the requirements of
Sections,120.596 and 120.57,
Florida Statutes; and Chapter
28-106, Florida Administrative
Code, may obtain an
Administrative hearing. All
timely filed written objections
will be presented to the Board
for consideration In its dellb-
erationson application prior
to the Board taking action on
the application.
Gloria Lewis, Director,
Division of Permit Data
Services
St. Johns River Water
Management District
It 07-27-2005
4479,
Legal Notices are
continued
on next pdge
Deadline is noon Fridays


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OUTDOOR BRIEFS


Bassmasters compete
The Nassau Bassmasters
competed'in Welaka July 23.
Roger Linville netted first place
with 7.85 pounds. Second place
went to Eddie Jinright and Billy
Kittrell with 5.88 pounds. David
Mack captured third place with
2.62 pounds. Linville had the big
fish of the day at 2,17 pounds.

Hunter safety course
A free local hunter safety
course will be offered from 6:30-
8 p.m. Oct. 3-7 with the field por-


BEACH TIDES


Tides, Sun & Moon: July 27-August 3, 2005


W ed. Moonset 1:22P High 2:12A 6.62'
We ". Sunrise 6:41A Low 8:1 IA 0.08'
07/27 Moonrise 12:38A High 2-46P 6.92'
- Sunset 8-24P Low 8:5 IP 0.87'
Th Moonset 2:24P High 3 03A 6.16'
ITIurs. Sunrise 6-41A Low 9:05A 0.29'
0 r72 l. Moonrise High 3-42P 6 76'
0 Sunset 8 23P. Low 9-54P I 07'

Fri. Moonset 3.26P High 3 57A 5.77'
Fri. Sunrise 6:42A- Low 9-59A 0.46'
07/29 Moonrise 1-12A High 4-40P 6.63'
'Sunset 822P Low 10:53P I.18'
a Moonset 4.26P. High 4:54A 5.51'
Sat. Sunrise 6 43A Low 10:53A 0.59'
07/30 Moonrise I 49A High 5.38P 6.55'
Sunset 8:22P. Low I 1:49P 1.21'


Tide calculations are for Amelia River, Fernandina Beach


Moonset 5-25P:High 5:51A 5.37'
Sun. Sunrise 6:43A Low I 1:45A 0.66'
073 I Moonrise 2:32A High 6-33P 6.55'
Sunset 8:21P
Moonset 6:19P Low 12:42A 1.17'
Mon. Sunrise 6:44A High 6:45A 5.36'
08/0n Moonrise 3:20A Low I 2:36P 0.66'
Sunset 8:20P High 7:24P 6.58'
Moonset 7-07P Low 1:32A 1.07'
Tues. Sunrise 6.44Ai High 7:36A 5.42'
08/02 Moonrise 4.12AILow 1.25P 0.62'
Sunset 8:.19PJHigh 8 10P 6.64-
Moonset 7:50P Low 2:18A 0.94'
W ed. Sunrise 6:45A High 8:22A 5.52'
08/03 Moonrise 5:08A Low 2:1 IP 0.54'
Sunset 8:18P High 8:52P 6.69'


No corrections are necessary.


Sun & Moon events are also calculated for Fernandina Beach, although actual times may vary because of land masses.

COME SEE
Sthe ALL NEW
2005 Super Duty
F250 4-Door!


tion on Oct 8. For information,
contact Randy Scott at 7534091
or 2614897:

Kayak fishing tourney
JaxKayakFishing.com, the
online kayak fishing community
of Jacksonville, is announcing
the second Jacksonville Kayak
Fishing Classic Oct 14-15.
The tournament promotes
kayak fishing in Jacksonville
with a fun and competitive for-
mat The event raises funds for
Jacksonville children's charities.
After the success of the April
tournament with over 100 pad-
dlers, JaxKayakFishing is expect-
ing this event to be the largest of
its type on the east coast of the
country with over 130 entrants.
Kayak anglers will be target-
ing redfish, trout, and flounder in
a catch-photo-release format for
over $18,000 in prizes and gifts.
The captain's meeting for the
tournament is Oct. 14 at Strike
Zone Plaza, and the check-in,
awards ceremonies and barbe-
cue is Oct. 15 at Angie's Subs in
Jacksonville Beach.
Entry fee is $50, which
includes a captain's bag, rights to
fish, entry into the tournament
raffle and barbecue.
Register on-line at www.Jax
KayakFishing.com.

NSFAmeets
The Nassau Sport Fishing
Association meets the second
Wednesday of the month at 7
p.m. at Ten Acres Kraft Athletic
Club on the Amelia Island
Parkway. A social gathering is
held at 7:30 p.m. the fourth
Wednesday. For information, call
277-1437.













WEDNESDAY, JULY 27,2005 SPORTS NEWS-LEADER 5B


LEGAL NOTICES


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO.: 05-CP-120
DIVISION: A
IN RE:
EULIZABETH G. KELLY
REVOCABLE TRUST
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given that
Elizabeth G. Kelly, the settlor
of the above-referenced trust,
died' May 20,2005. The ndme
of the trust Is the Elizabeth G.
Kelly Revocable Trust, and
said trust was established by,
Agreement dated October
9, 2001. The name and
address of the currently act-
ing trustee, serving as a result
of the settlor's death, and sold
trustee's attorney are set forth
below.
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE
NOTIFIED THAT:
All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons hav-
ing claims or demands
against settlor's estate on
whom a copy of this notice Is
served within three months
after the date of the first pub-
lication of this notice must file
their claims with the trustee
WITHIN THE. LATER OF THREE
MONTHSAFTER THE DATE OF.
THE FIRST PUBUCATION OF THIS
N.CiiIC' ,'.ii F ill' r .i f C ,,, -ItEitR
THE C ,itE CF '*;l .iCE OF ',
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors.of the
settler and persons having
claims or demands against
the settlor's estate must file
their claims with the trustee
WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
CATIOIJ OF THICrGTICCF
ALL C' lt.11 c LEr.AIIED,
AND C0E.IECTiC',I F rJ'l -.
FILED WILL BE FC'C.IE? i
BARRED.
The date of the first publi-
cation of this Notice Is July20.
2005'.
Trustee of the
Elizabeth G. Kelly
Revocable Trust
UAD 1q-9-2001
F.:.c. l E ifetl,
"-?'s B-. Tree r.,:,a
Swannanoa, North Carotina
28778
Attorney for the Trustee:
W. Robinson Frazier
Florida Bar No.: 2T8537
15155 Riverside Avenue
Suite A
J.3:i."i:'n 111i Fl,:,[lhl 3220' 1 :
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C. -T I: GE i0i '-f i THE LIF BLI
C F r:. :''r jiL S A Al i.i C, .i .
r, F. C:',II-
T.-.,ETi-iEr WNiTH PC'P-.
I' .1 THE Ji i-ir I 5, iH Sr
GRANT, SECTION '38, TOWN-.
SHIP 2 NORTH, RANGE 27 EAST,
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA,
SAID PORTION BEING MORE
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS:
BEGIN.AT THE NORTHEAST
CORNER OF LOT 3, FUGATE'S
LANDING, AS RECORDED IN
PL'T POC ,-: 5 IT PAGE.108.
IFUBLIC i;'E'.:."C'Arl'; OF.SAID
NASSAU COUNTY: THENCE
NORTH 66* 22' 20" EAST
ALONG A PRO SECTION OF
-HE r SL-,iM'HE L..J IE OF : Al.-
L i 3 ." 1CI:ArIC.E i'.6I FEET.
F.1 i.E ,':l Li:r.;' T IC HE
AP A pr, ,ir.1iA E,,C'E (CF
i.': 'To i *ifFE. iHIEF.:CE
*':,.' i-li F,.L ALL:'rJ- SAiD
APPROXIMATE' EDGE OF
LOFTON CREEK, A DISTANCE
OF 185 FEET, MORE OR LESS.TO
APPOINT LYING NORTH660 22'
20 E '. i It10' i EE t ,,I 'E C.,I
LES': nT.f.1 IHE SC.'LITHi-E'.T
C1:l0ri C iF TAr.F LC'i 3
TIENCE "I'UiMH I- ,.L A 2, i-"
VWES a IC'iS.rJICE :F iCi.00
FE rET .1,.E 'C. I.E',: t O iHE
:: 1.ICiHl-: TC''-J"illi,:'F LO:T 3
A fFor-.EErI ircitC',dE ilICE
I/; ciriHWEitEr'Ei L.riG THE
EACTEL', urIE CF C410 LOT 3
(SAID LINE BEING THE APPROX-
IMATE DIVISION UNE BETWEEN
THE HiGHLAfC-S AND_ L''W.
LANDS OF LOC'Fi1'N CI-EEK A,
DISTANCEOF if.5FEET t..:,'E
:' LI:. TiC r i H PE POINT ..
e i rlil ii-
L.: 1 or. fug.are L.3rdi..g
3. r-.:'.raeo ir. Pla1 :.C. -
P,'1e l, i 1 : I Ir.e f ue.ic
Records of Nassau County,
Florida.,
ALSO: Together with a
tract of land lying and being
a part of the John Vaughn
Grant, Section 38, Township 2
I |.:.rir. ar,-,e 2" E3n i J3:.:3u
.C:,,jr, fh.:.ri3a onen belrg
rriore particularly described
as follows:
BEGINNING at the
Northeast corner of Lot 4 of
Fugate's Landing as recorded
,in Plat Book 5, Page 108 of the
Public Records of Nassau
County, Florida arid run
r-r,,.:e Uj.:.rth ,. a a3..3ree: 22
i.I. jl 2E :eo ,,:,n3. Ea-.,'1,4 -
Il'h:ncei .*~ JL l- I. n :.,,- .r -
less in the waters of Loffon
Creek; run thence In a
Southerly direction along said
waters a distance of 164 feet,
more or less, to a point that
bears North 66 degrees 22
minutes 20 seconds East from
the Southeast corner of Lot
4; run thence South 66
degrees 22 minutes 20 sec-
onds West a distance oft 1740,
more or less, to the Southeast
corner of Lot 4; run thence
Northeasterly along the divi-
sion line of the highlands and
lowlands of Lofton Creek 400


feet, more or less, to the POINT
OF BEGINNING.
TOGETHER WITH all rights,
- mr-e 3r IrTer. -t in .3 ir3 I. Ir.,3T
C.:-:rilir. 3, i ..:.r. ...- .- .):-;.
ment as recorded In Official
Records Book 562, Page 550,,
public records of Nassau
County, Florida.
The street address and/or
location for the above
described property Is: On the
east side of Miner Road
.between Bear Lane and
Loffon Trail, Yulee area.,
This application Is filed by:
Miner Road, LLC, 28 Sputh 10th
Street, Fernandina Beach,
Florida 32034, owners and
Nick Gillette, 20 South 4th
Street, Fernandina Beach,
Florida 32034, agent,


This property Is classified
on the FLUM as Agricultural
and a change Is requested
to High Density Residential on
approximately 8.62 acres.
A copy of the application
may be examined at the
Growth Management Office,
located in the Public Services
Building; 96161 Nassau Place,
Yulee, FL 32097; Telephone
491-3613 or 1-800-264-2065.
Individuals presenting evi-
dence for or against the
applications should pick up
copies of the application and
copies of the criteria that are
applicable to the application
at the Growth Management
Office located at 96161
Nassau PlaceYulee, FL 32097.
THIS MATTER IS SUBJECTTO
COURT IMPOSED QUASI-JUDI-
CIALRULES OF PROCEDURES.
INTERESTED PARTIES. SHOULD
LIMIT CONTACT WITH PLAN-
NING BOARD MEMBERS AND
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS IN
THIS TOPIC TO PROPERLY
NOTICED PUBUC HEARINGS
OR TO WRITTEN COMMUNI-
CATION CARE OF NASSAU
COUNTY GROWTH MANAGE-
MENT DEPARTMENT, 96161
NASSAU PLACE, YULEE, FL
32097. :
The specifics of the appli-
cation will be read at 6:30
p.m., on the date set forth
herein. by the Zoning Director
or his designee, and the
Planning and Zoning Board
will receive public comment
starting at 7:00 p.m.
Persons with disabilities
requiring accommodations In
order to participate In this pro-
gram or activity should con-
tact491-3606 atleasttwenty-
four (24) hours In advance to
request such ac-
commodation,
THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO
BE PRESENT AND BE HEARD. IF
A PERSON DECIDES TO
APPEALANY DECISION MADE
BY THE BOAPD. AGENCY OR
COGIMrSEiION WITH RESPECT
SO ATP, M'ITE COCitiDERED
.iT .UCH MEltfllTl, C, -lHEA-R.
I l'- HE WILL NEED' A RECC"rC'
TO Erlu.RE TL I AT A E.BATIP.
SPECC'ROt OF i'-HE PriCO-
CEEDINGS IS MADE, WHICH
RECORD INCLUDES THE TESTI-
MONY AND EVIDENCE UPON
WHICH THE APPEAL IS TO BE
BASED.
The Board. of County
S Trr m:,..ion. e rrI., c.FOnInue
r.earingrg: ,n rni T,,atner
Ch'airiTi.arnFC.r
ai'c;')ia Cojur ry lor.ning &
SZonirg Board31
N'aiisau Cour.ry Fl.:.rl..j
All peI ions irriners ed are
rnlite IlO 10D present 'nao
trre, will ne-.arj 1 as -e pue-
1,.: neoilrg rc..eore ire Bo,'ra
.:,I CouAn, CornT.i Lioners a:
hli', r. r., 000,:. 1 ,16.
.r,'r. 5 Croa lo-r.3
Cieii.- r inr. Circull 'C urt
N rJOU Cour, fI lorid,
:l ',20-72--2ii
.145'.'

ZONING NOTICE
NCOiCE S H-EREBE GIiVEN
Irn1 on Iue :aa. ire 2ra .a3
Cn1 AugulI 2005 at 7 00' PM
ir.e Pl'r3r.lrg and Zoning
BC3ora of FrOa.:'au C,:,urr wlll
nl.) a public r.earing ao ire
ijale Counrt B.jiil.ing 86020
Fags.: Dorr/r Ioa.j .5l,.. FL
32 : ro cncniae oar, appil-
-aTi.n for Pie.'rz,ing No P05-
i02 aiT.er,,ing. 3 rirance
,o `. I' .-31'.: Ce o I t 'non
that on Tuesday, the 26th day
of July 2005, a Workshop will
be held at the Yulee County
tiljl .,ar, T i: WFl I ir, Ta, i..:
i- i-, I- j : 3 -:,.- rr..,-r, cit
SIng bulr.c, rit.c- i'ul.ri'mil c C
.I raer, al tr. WkIsr,:.-p Ai.Al
.,' IT kncr.,r., ira. or. Mc.r.di,
ir. 22r.n.3 ar ,or Auguv 2fO5.
,or 00I P1.1 inr Bora o or
County Commissioners of
l.3:''4 u Cour,r, v.il h i.3 a
pu. ii. nearing. r, ,:r lihin. I
Op, ll:al'11 -, l.:.r 1'ezjr.Ilg f'Io
: I' 2 amnr.airng
Ordinance No. 9-. 1' ai rre
above location concerning
tre Il.ll,.. ir,3 a 0 '...-rHiO,.a pt,p-
nrr, inr f.a3.; C oujr,
iC.EciiCPri Pl OF PROPERt-
TY:
S ,EXHIBIT A'
ALL THAT CERTAIN PIECE,
P-A,.:EL :.R 1PAiCT OF LAND
'IU .uAE iia.ilG AND BEING IN.
THE C o ,.iPr', .:F r. ; i. ALU r JC
iHE ,'irE .'-.F FLO'i.:,D, BEirIG.:-
[.C,,i.E i-,iAi:UL/ Ij'a L.
DESC.'CiBEC ASFOLLOWc
LOT 3 ,.i>: ATE 5 L A 'IDING
AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK
5 AT PAGE 108 OF THE PUBUC
RECORDS OF NASSAU COUN-
TY, FLORIDA.
TOGETHER WITH A POR-'
TION OFTHE JOHN VAUGHAN
C-GAli r ECTI-C,., .38 Tc wr,.
r AHI tI' .FCr TI: FIrT E ins i? i
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA,
D IC,.c, it'i BEriG Ir.ClC-iE
Pa.rT'ICLLAITL., DESC ,rBED A'S
F,''LLOCWS
BEGIN AT THE NORTHEAST
,CORNEP OF LOT 3 FUGATE'S
'LANDiNiG aS RECORDED IN
PL T PCOI' 'T PAGE 108
P1U.BLIC ECCD- OF SAID
r,--: C',.iNrT.' THENCE
JOITH .:' 22 20" EAST
ALONG A PROJECTION OF
THE NORTHERLY UNE OF SAID
LOT 3, A DISTANCE 1581 FEET,
MORE OR LESS, TO THE
APPROXIMATE -EDGE OF
LOFTOri ClAREEEI THENCE
.COUlIHE RI. ALONG 1SAID
APiRO.IS1.F'iE EDGE OF
LC'i'.OF CiEEF OIE TANCE
OF iFSiFEE .1CE 'CF LEiS TIC
PCirJi 'I C IC- F C'i-iH c.. 22
20i' E A''.T I FEET P.1, O E :Cr;
LESS FAO .l1 THE .O-'uIHE A T
CORNER OF SAID LOT 3;
THENCE SOUTH 660 22' 20"
WEST, A 'DISTANCE OF 1500
FEET/MORE OR LESS, TO THE
SOUTHEAST CORNER OF.LOT 3,.
IF.C'AE ITiETCrOjED IHEFJCE
FIC'I'IrHWEiSiEI'L, AL.:"G i HE
E.iElrL. Ui'iE OF AiEI LCOT 3
I AiD JIrjE fsiriG THE A'PPROC,.
iS 1-iE Di.'1iON uJE BETwEEnj
iHE HIC--HLANJD' APIC- LOW-
LAr.iDC' OF LOFiOI CREEK. 5
DISTANCE OF 165 FEET MORE
OR LESS, TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING.
"Exhibit "A"
S Lot 4 of Fugate's Landing
as recorded in Plat Book 5,
Page 1A .-:i ir,-9 Public
Records ,:i '3 -;'3J1 County,
Florida.
ALSO; Together with a
tract of land lying and being
a part of the John Vaughn
Grant, Section 38, Township 2
North, Range 27 East, Nassau
County, Florida and being
more particularly described
i: fell :..*. :
SE, rir SliJ,:- at the
"'J.:.nnr,e.s .:.A'n.r of Lot 4 of
Fugate's Landing as recorded
SIn Plat Book 5, Page 108 of the
Public Records of Nassau
County, Florida and run
thence North 66 degrees 22
minutes 20 seconds East a dis-


tance of 1458 feet, more or
less In the waters of Lofton
Creek; run thence In a
c.urrnii.,'alre. rl.:.n .3r1.: r.g .13
.- i1er .31i, a.lor.-ce or l.4 le.61
more or less, to a point that
bears North 66 degrees 22
minutes 20 seconds East from
the Southeast corner of Lot
4;, run thence South- 66
degrees 22 minutes 20 sec-
onds West a distance of 1740,
more or less, to the Southeast
corner of Lot 4; run thence
Northeasterly along the divi-
sion line of the highlands and
lowlands of Lofton Creek 400
feet, more or less, to the POINT
,OF BEGINNING.
TOGETHER WITH all rights;
title and Interest In and to that


certain right-of-way ease-
ment as recorded in Official
Records Book 562. Page 550,
public records of Nassau
County, Florida,
The Street Address and/or
Location for the above
described property Is: On the
east side of Miner Road
between- Bear Lane and
Lofton Trail, Yulee area.
This property Is zoned as
Open Rural (OR) and a rezon-
Ing to Residential, General 1
(RG-1) Is requested on
approximately 8.26 acres,
This application Is filed by:
Miner Road, LLC, 28 South 10 th
Street, Fernandlna Beach,
Florida 32034, owners and
Nick Gillette, 20 South 4th
Street, Fernandina Beach,
Florida 32034, agent.
Individuals presenting evi-
dence for or against the
applications should pick up
copies of the application and
copies of the criteria that are
applicable to the application
at the Growth Management
Office located at 96161
Nassau Place, Yulee, FL 32097.
The specifics of the appll-
cation wlli'be read at 6:30
RM., on August 2,2005, herein
by the Planner or his
designee, and the Planning
On.7 -'nir.'Irg 6.:-3r3 ..I i)- ii r:. .
pu l': ,.:.nlTier.i ,.il ring at.
7 iK PM1.
This hearing must be con-
Sducted'as a quasi-judicial
hearing. Any questions as to
procedures may be obtained'
from the Planning and Zoning
Office. Interested 'parties
should limit contact with
Pliar.ni r ".g .ra r.1 nGrr, .i.3
,.11ln C uuar,' 'C :,.rr, l:.:l.:.rE.rH
or. 11.; I .piC I.' pr.:.p rl,
noticed public hearing or to
written communication In
care of the Nassau County
Growth Management
Department. 96161 Nassau
.Place.Yulee, Florida 32097.
Persons with disabilities
req..jirir. aCc' iT,, t,a lrrL inr
cijr i. Io rarn;icpa-e in frii.Dpro-
gra' l .o' .IT, i r.uca c r.
S.ct iriS '.-r..,'rr.r
.Ioanagem .- r.I C', ,o3rTrn reri
('0'1 4'9 .91-613 or Floria.
Pe a, T.-r ,i.:.e i -8 .W95"-8; 'i)
anlea:i r.,er.r,/.ljur(2.2;r.cur:
in a I,..3rc: r,:, reauel aucr.,
,occ:.mn.oaolonr,
THE FUBLI': 1 iS i ','iED T:,
BE PPEF.ENT ANDC BE HEAI-D if
A F'EI .c'' WriiHE' iCO APPEAL
AN', DECSiCSIIJ 1MADE B FTHE
BO-'D, A-GEriC. Ci'RCC.r.,1-
MiSsiOrN WITH RE'PECTi TO
ANI N.ATTEICO',iiDER EDT
SUCH .IEETIflG Oi H-IE.Ai 'i.-'C
HE WiLL NEED A RECORD OFC
THE PROCEEDINGS AND fiOT?
TI-,AT PuRPOSE MPA'' NEED 10C
ENsURE THAI A vEr.'BATi.1
S ECO:RE' OF THE PROCEED.
irGS I5 M.ADE. WHICH
RE.CC'D INCLUDES lHE TESt.-
I.IN ArIDE .'DENCEL POt I
WHICH THE APPEAL S TO BE
BASED
Tr.e Pianning and Zoning
BC.ar1 ma.,' corinrue nearing
on this manner
FLANrNiNG AND ZONING
KOARD OF NIA-SAUU
COUl'r,' FLORIDA
/A/ Thomas, Ford
ir, CnlairTanr,
21 T.i'-20-27.2i2J5
4460
I-----
NOTICE OF PUBUC SALE
Pero.,noli poperrt/ c.:,n 1i-
Ing .r ::iorn,es io-. rio.,i'; njr
nirure. *3pc.rli.)3nce ara AorrAr
M1irc renhir lll C-3s "la r-7, Cash.
at Public Sale on July 29,2005,
'at 10 am.ataddress belowto
l.r, :., r, r [. i r .:: r-rl 3-,e
lo aC :l33-s .o.; .irr fl.:..l
f-iSMtC~Uie, 83 8i6 and fIIS',
427 Andre v Gamble
429 William ulIli.ar,
A3.25, i i"iI:chara Cc.rrnilc..:o
A3:.1 Mi:eri.c.i WalerS
A46 Ricky Warren
A48 Robert Hatch
/*9 KliT. Arnaei:.n
/.At .I1.i,'ie "Gii,ara
B8 Eddie Jinright
B11 VIcky Glauner
Bi7 Tony Jarrell
825 Darlene Davis
827 George Jernigan
B31 Marion Grant
B35 Danny Hughes
B, 50 Michael McCance
B53 Debble Miller
1Ci2Ea.3ie Jinrigr.
Ci .i;J r,r, Sr.eppara
:-il Eti.ac.1r .iconri.:.nr
C I:.' : I..1 rei Br >.: k r
C.S, A" r-,aror, Hoague
Cal. .:r,. :3a 4)1rr,.
Yulee Mini Warehouses
85017 Radio Ave.
Yulee, FL 32097
Wie r+;ere Ine right to
ri ..: r,; a r, ana all .1.)':..
Auction Items must be
I,3 i' T:.. ir. casr,-
31 ,i'-i 3 ;-Y 2'-.200


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 4th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY.
FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO: 2004-CA-426
rl,1 T'_.:A-,-, ELECifi:'r JiC
I.E ;i:, i AICt I C-'i IEr.l iS .'::
PLiINTIFF
VS. .
GEPALDW .ALIlI )I IF Li'tJ .
A'ND iF DE A0. iHE
UNKNOWN TPC.OUE HEIr'S
DEvi.EES GRANIEES
ASSIGNEES LiEriJOr', ,CEC'I.
TOR4 TI'u.fEES AfID ALL
OrHER F-IF'iiE'C LAir.NiC- S
ASI INEIrE'l Bi IRHiOU'GH
IUNDE, O' C A '3lir'S GE'A I.D
W I',illI ELI. Ell-rI
CAlAr.tEL BAI'irE jOHriC ,.,' E
aornd JAF"hE DOE Al'
UNir: Awn iEtJ'iNi iri CS'.
SES OrJ
DEFENDANTSS.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
,pur:.ia.'il 1.. :,u' rTTi.,r, Fin.A1l
Ju,3gr,-.rit clf f C.r l.:I,.';u i
aaei.a Jul, _'li 2 E, erilre- ir.
1.. 11 t.- l 2i\"iJ C I "J .:.cr
the Circuit Court of the 4th
Judicial Circuit in and for NAS-
SAU County, YULEE, Florida, I
will sell to the highest ahd best
bidder for cash at NASSAU
JUDICIAL ANNEX, at the NAS-
5"' C-:urr, Courthouse
io.:'3e,?d ,31 ".:,.J'' VETERANS
WAY InYULEE, Florida, at 11:30
.3 r r r, rre Irr.3., l u uIJI
2i,05. tr.e I.ir,-..,.Irg a .c ricrje,
,pr.i:ierr, ;3: ..i I.:.nnr ir :.A11.3
Summary Final Judgment, to-
wIt:
A PARCEL OF LAND LYING
IN AND BEING A PORTION OF
SECTION 50. TOWNSHIP 3
SicElH rArTj.;E 26 E Ai r A.'.-
,..UAI, ::ci: iT. FLCI:DIE SE' I':-
r.ioi, PA T'ii I L 'Ai. L'.
DEEC"IBEII; A FOLLOW'jW
COMMENCE AT THE
NORTHWEST CORNER OF SEC-
TION 38, TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH,
RANGE 28 EAST, OF SAID


COUNTY. THENCE NORTH 88
DEGREES 30 MINUTES 00 SEC-
ONDS EAST ALONG THE LINE
BETWEEN SECTION 38 AFjI
SECTIOr s) a ,' DiS ri.]i.E ,:':
2 1980 FEE'i TC. iHE E.E iEi',l(
RIGHT OF WAY UNE OF COUN-
TY ROAD. No. 107,. ALSO
KNOWN AS BLACK ROCK
ROAD (FORMERLY KNOWN AS
STATE ROAD 107,A 100.0 FOOT
RIGHT OFWAY AS NOW ESTAB-
LISHED); THENCE NORTH 00
DEGREES 45 MINUTES'00 SEC-
. ONDS WEST ALONG THE EAST
RIGHT OF W' ur IE f:' S 3AID
ROADW.". iSri.l-rE OF,
991.6 FEET TO THE SOUTH
RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF LANG
ROAD (A COUNTY MAIN-
TAINED 35 FOOT RIGHT OF
WAY); THENCE .NORTH 84
DEGREES 39 MINUTES 00 SEC-


ONDS EAST ALONG SAID
SOUTH RIGHT OF WAY UNE, A
DISTANCE OF 880.0 FEET TO A
POINT OF CURVE CONCAVE
SOUTHERLY AND HAVING A
RADIUS OF 330.0 FEET; THENCE
NORTHEASTERLY ALONG AND
AROUND SAID CURVE AND
SAID SOUTHERLY RIGHT OF
WAY AN ARC DISTANCE OF
24,04 FEET SAID ARC BEING
SUBTENDED BY A CHORD
BEARING AND CHORD DIS-
TANCE OF NORTH 86 DEGREES
43 MINUTES 32 SECONDS EAST
24.03 FEET, TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING; THENCE SOUTH-
EASTERLY ALONG AND
AROUND SAID CURVE AND
RIGHT OF WAY AN ARC DIS-
TANCE OF 75.97 FEET, SAID
ARC BEGIN SUBTENDED BY A
CHORD BEARING AND DIS-
TANCE OF SOUTH 82 DEGREES
34 MINUTES 47 SECONDS EAST,
75.80 FEET: THENCE SOUTH. 2
DEGREES'41 MINUTES 34 SEC-
r,"FiC 4i A DISTANCE ,OF
I.a-9" FEET THENCE SOUTH 4
DEGREES 10 MINUTES 18 SEC-
ONDS WEST A DISTANCE OF
S88.66 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 88
DEGREES 13 MINUTES 45 SEC-
ONDS WEST, A DISTANCE OF
188,99 FEET; THENCE NORTH 0
C'Ef:- FEE 1 .3irMjijN TE iC -; .
o jIc wEE f "T DT N i' :: ,
' **'. 'i fEE 1 iHE[ I EIt I -',l'H EJ
DEG,,sE 39 irF 'ltE', 'i '. ,
iCcrf'., cc'.i D f i' ,-i.:.E ,;,F
i1 186FEE iHT IICjE ,'-:.E H:H
DEGREES 41 MINUTES 34 SEC-
ONDS'WEST A DISTANCE OF
169.15 FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING.
TOGETHER WITH A 1996
HARB DOUBLE WIDE MOBILE
HOME WITH VIN#S
:_FH.ijj._-7, JS.n2'H;2 i &

Dated this 7th day of July,
2005.
John A. Qrawford
CierL .:.f ir,e CIr.:uIt C..:,.ujt
B, :t/ cr,e-iliaH -.=scr..,'
C'epur, Cirl
TiE- LAW OFFICE .-,F C"'. .ID
j :TE Ilj P4 t FF Oi .. F' ,i .

10i '1 Lini.erir, Ern.i

Pla ir, ii.: r. L 2L'2-1 .'/
i -1,J.' 23 .8000
LC.i:F i'"'.A i'CL,
ili .",C.COr-,ID'C WITH
iH5E f.1SEriC.AJi WITH c,'.
bluItie .-' C.-C.er.:.r.- ..Tr,.-i..

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C.urlr.cj., 31 i -.H:1:1.HHH ..
87.'I (TOD ,, r i'.0iCl.-'.'.' '.'

2;i 0'.;0-;".":.':,


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,' ,
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR NASSAU
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 05-DR-680
DIVISION: A
IN RiE THE e D.Fi.I'_r I:-F
6ELE', Nji Er JNE CAliI.I.
A r minor
r.once. cF
NOTICE -1,: 'ACTION
f0 Mr GLENN F DPC'SKA
'rC"J ARE f tOIIFIED troi ar
a.- ric.r. ra: .t-er. file agair.t .
,'ou ar,oj mrat ,.',u are- rq-ui ie
Ic. r.c ,43 aCOp *.3 ,our .Vit.
iern .de r t.c .': ir .,n ir. it .:.r,
.iearir.e8 S i:.er Ar.lorri 'c.r
Peil.icr.-ri J.'595 Ln0r, i:.r.
.A..'erij '. Suife 100J
.J3CLI.An.'illel I-1,lI. 3 :2 il .:.r.,
.:.r I-roae Augu'l 13. 2A'. an.7
ri.- in .e-riglinal .,irH inr.e ClI-.rL'
:.r Itr,r Courl .rI Prio.,3Ou
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32097, before service on the.
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*:i,pparernt
Copies of all Court docu-
ments in this case. including
Orders, are available at the
Clerk of the Circuit Court's'
office. You may review these '
documents upon request.
D TED Jui, S 2005 '.
J.:Ht JL .C WF,'::I
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
BY: /s/ Shella H. Beecher
Deputy Clerk .
4t 07-20-27,08-03-10-2005
4462 .

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF IHE FOURTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case'No.: 05-DR-713
DIvision: A
SHANNON M RQBINSON
Petitioner
and
CHARLES K ROBINSON.
ie.,por.draerlI
tJ"ilcE, :F: :CTIO:'rJ iF,:.I
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L... oerl L.'r.e F.:,ik IC,,., '
31537
YOU'ARE NOTIFIED that an
a ,ri.:-.nr, r..3 ice n rirc ,',3 rin il
,.'u ana rr.3 .:.u irer.3il- 3 -
S '10 4-r.e a ;: ,:.r ,.,Ir c..iT.
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.'jgui 21. 20Cr:. ,3r,a S. ir,.
original with the clerk of this
Court at 76347 Veterans Way,
Yulee, FL 32097, before service
on Petitioner or Immediately
,rn,, .ar3 er 1,oi i ai O lI:,0 :,,-D
0 deOault 'iTO, .-r rl-l4-.3
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rrer : ,n ir. rni .:0.., Ir.c u.1ir. '

Clerl, r. ir. Circ' jli :C.:,jn C n
office: You may review these
documents upon request.
S'You must keep the Clerk
of the Circuit Court's office
notified of your current
address. (You may file Notice
of Current Address. Florida
Family Law Form 12.915.)
S '- luih e aoc Ir. Ir I. Ii; 1.3.'.:ulr
S.il c'e rr..3ial 3 1h:. Ir,. 3 3lare '
on record at the clerk's office.
wv.AIriJIG Rule 12.285,
:i.'.rl.o F.31,i'rili Law'Rules of
Procedure, requires certain
automatic disclosure of doc-
uments and Information.
/ Failure to comply can result In',
Oar.: i:.r; rcija1rga .3:',Ti 1al
.:.r Alri l.ig E, *:.l ,33iri 3
C,. iCj, l I1:. Ci1:"15,
John A. Crawford
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
By: Shella H. Beecher
Deputy Clerk
4t 07-20-27,08-03-10-2005,
4468

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE No.: 2005-0018-CP


Division
IN RE: 'ESTATE OF
LILY MAE WILLIAMS,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
'estate'of LILYMAE WILLIAMS,
deceased, whose date of
depth was December 28,
2003; Is pending In the Circuit
Court for Nassau County,
Florida, Probate Division; File
Number 2005-0018-CP; the
address of which Is Post Office
Box 456, Fernandina Beach,
FL 32035. The names and
addresses of the personal rep-
r.-; ,-,tra n 3nr. rr e.i .er.:.r.3l
lFpr.teer..1I r : 01r :e4 1 .: t nn
below.
All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons, who
have claims or demands
against decedent's estate,


Including unmatured, contin-
gent or unliquidated claims,
and who have been served a
copy of this notice must file
their claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE (3)
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBUCATlON OF THIS
NOTICE OR THIRTY (30) DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE
OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
ON THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other persons
who hove claims or demands
against the decedent's
estate. including unmatured,
contingent or unliquidated
claims, must file their claims
with this court WITHIN THREE
(3) MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBUCATION OF
, THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE ANY CLAIM FILED TWO
(2)YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.
THE, DATE OF FIRST PUBLI-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE IS
JULY 20,2005.
Attorney for the Personal
R Aee- ,i llri ..:-

Florida Bar No. 0179174
13 1/2 North 4th Street
Post Office Box 746
Fernandina Beach, FL 32035
Telephone: (904) 261-6113
Personal Representative: .
Wayne R.Williams, Personal
Representative
2t 07-20-27-2005
4467

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOI
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE No.: 05-CP-42
DIVISION: B
IN RE: ESTATE OF.
EDNA LAVAN CARDELLI
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration ,:.i itre
estate of EDNA LA'. r4j
*.:.- E i .i .i_ .- ea. .F .:.. r
I.,3'.t.l .I c -r3 1r ,' r 1 iar:

'C:.ujrl rcr l I3 :'.3u .:u r,
Floia.,3 I:',,- ue, CDi.i:l:.r Fie
i-iLnce.H.'1"-1':i-r 'Ciimi Ar,3Fis
of which is Post Office Box 456,
F.rro,-,dr..,a Bea.:t. FL 32031.
rne n rr.-:; ar..3 31.e:: d: .:'
Irn -- p.- .,:.,-, 31 .' :.re-;-er,].311..
and the personal represen-
Arll r .ar ;el i:.r. l,-i.: *.
All :'i, ri:.': l ir, ,- ei.e-

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F.:.' 'S Ji t',ii :. : : i-jc n .-I
Itrelr ,chaim', .ltr. ril: c,,un
WITHIN J 1HE L. ITEr' 'IF TH T. ,
r.lc -ic -i th I' H TIME !iiE O1f
T;H FI I'."T l _Ll,"-T.!:I J i HI'-r
f '.iI'"E 'D P i1-11 l, -', L ^ .
.IPEP THE C TE,- :FI!EP, I:'E
CF A ,C' -. CF HiC iJ '.IiLCE
Cr THE I
All o. r.er ci'.air :,v' ,'l ir.e
Jece,'; nl 3r.d .:.ir.-ei e .:.n:
a, ..:r, I ,. i. ,im :. :.r .-1, i r1. ,


a.ain ir.-: .Ajr .: HI HEE
,. r.lCliiH', -Fi'tFi THE C.D TE
OlF fiHE F iF. iibLi': T iC,'r 'CF
THIS ir JCTICE
ALL. CLAI' .' F. T I.C' I FILEC.'
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS 'SET FORTH:
ABOVE ANY CLAIM FILED TWO
it -i. : f:r r ,'' -i, Eri H-il
S A 'i-i- :' F iHEi "
Ti-iE ATE COF fiI P.UB.I-
: iC'lr I CF THI'I rF.C.ICE lir
JULY 20.2005.
Attorney for the Personal
Representative:
Daniel S. Brim,
Florida Bar No. 0179174'
13 1/2 North 4thStreet
Post Office Box746
Fernandina Beach, FL 32035
Telephone: (904) 261-6113
Personal Representative:
Vivian Kathleen Zetterower
124 Nassauville Road
Fernandina Beach, Florida
32034
2t 07-20-27-2005
4466

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO 05--114-CP
DIVISION- B
Il it E:TF TE .: :
'De'r i': HEr '!,: G,. Hri
Deceased.'
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of DORIS HENSON
'VAUGHN, deceased, File.
Number05-114-CRls pending
in r, re ...uii ci ui for Nassau
*C.:.unr, .I.:.1.3o Probate
Division, the address of which
Is Nassau County Courthouse,
76347 Veterans' Way, Yulee,
FiOil,da 3;2 T1 .- r..,T,e, .31.d
3.arre ;=-..,: t.r pe r ,r6t.:r,31 ir.-
':en.3il 3'1r.1r. e r ,er: i' :n.3l
reECle'e ri'1oli.e ore .4t r.:.nr.'
l-i..: ..
ALL CREDITORS ARE NOTIFIED
THAT: I 1
All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons hav-
Ing claims or demands.
against decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this notice Is
served must file their ,claims
with this Court WITHIN THE'
LATER OF THREE F IC.ITH:
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
.-liS iC iio iJ 'F THIS'NOTICE
*:.IHIrIT. D.'S AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICEOFA COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other, creditors of the
decedent and persons hav-
ing cidlms or demands
against the decedent's
estate must file their claims
with this Court WITHIN THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBUCATlON OF THIS
NOTICE,
ALL CLAIMS AND
DEMANDS NOTSOFILEDWILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
The date of the first
Publication'of this Notice Is
SJuly 20,2005.
Attorney for the Personal
r -epr : 1ri.3i e
i. i-Ir ,[] i e r if E i.g.'uire
n,:.J.,31a be i j:. 849571
F *-THIl .i *- r JEE PA, ;
.10 South 7th Street
Fernandina;Beach. Florida
32034
(904) 491-1781
F:' "r: :. -.3 l r :-'.r r.i,3 i.e
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4455 1


PUBLIC NOTICE
The St. Johns River Water
Management district has
received the applications)
for Environmental Resource
PermIt(s) from:..
Nassau County Engineer-
Ing Services, Jose R Dellz,
96161 Nassau Place, Yulee, FL
32097, application #40-089-
100041-1. The project Is locat-
ed In Nassau County, Section
29, Township 02 North, Range
28 East. The ERP application Is
for construction of a surface
water management system
for a 3.97-acre road project
known as Commerce
Boulevard;
Amelia National Enter-
prise, LLC, 13400 Sutton Park
Dr. South, Suite 1402,
Jacksonville, FL 32224, applI-
cation #40-089-65409-8. The
,project Is located In Nassau
County, Section 30, Township


02 North, Range 28 East. The
ERP application Is for clear-
ing and grading of for a 200-
acre, residential golf course
community known as Amelia
National 1C.
First Baptist Church of
Callahan, RO. Box 605,
Callahan, FL 32011, applica-
tion #40-089-44019-2.The proj-,
ect Is located In Nassau
County, Section 29, Township
02 North, Range 25 East. The
ERP application Is for con-
struction of a surface water
management system for an.
8.29-acre development
known as the First Baptist
Church of Callahan.
The file(s) containing each
of the above-listed applica-
tion(s) are available for
inspection Monday through
Friday except for legal holi-
days, 8:00 a.mrto 5:00 p.m. at
the St. Johns River Water
Management District
Headquarters or the appro-
private service center. Written
objections to the application.
may be made, but should be
filed with (received by) the
District Clerk. 4049 Reid St.,
Palatka, Florida 32177-1429,
no later than 14 days from the
date of publication. Written
objections should identifythe
objector. by name and
Address, and fully, describe'
the objection to the applica-
tion. Filing a written objection
does, not entitle' you to a
Chapter 120, Florida Statutes,
Administrative Hearing. Only
those persons whose sub-
stantial Interests are affected
by the application and who
file a c Titi.:r. meeting the
requirements of Sections

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.Services
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It' 07-27-2005.
4469

NOTICE OF INTENT TO
.CONSIDER A DEVELOPMENT
AGREEMENT
T' Th-. B.:.oari f C..jr.r,
C ,mriT -l.:.r.- .ir Oc 1 r i.3'lu
,' .u- r, .rFic:ria 3 ...ill r,.l.3- r
a I .'.- .l,r-I .ri j iii 'r --.e t
te r .. .-rr]a;'3,uC -',.rr, or,.,
Irene Bows, Mable Kimble,
Sr.1.,, Icurtr' oir, Mann E Clarko
GI.:.r ,j,'.::arre.,' 1I- .z3) in
S'De.e ,rCTe-r.I H i..:ali.3 :.r. -
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irl 11. r.:..:L -,i.r1. i r. ir-.
e- or-e a,.d :c.r.:i i .:.r
oppr.: irralr-i, 3 c i',:re
r, r,_p. :eA.-. C:' .i.:-: .
ment Agreement would pro-
vide for'rights and responsl-
* billie ,,1r. .e I= a onle: ,iir.
re : c.i irr, c 3-i lgr. p,. i
r.inirng .3r,3 ..:.r.;irlru cl.:r. .:.r
Cert.a1 ro,3 ,*.,3 lhTire..- .
m er~ ,-," n, Iru.r.,a Ir..:,: .-I
r., rio ...ITr, r r. ir.- Pr,.:i.,:.
*, rdir. Ir.-..-.IUj 3.: 1Io,:lr.:-:k
,1'1 iTmcr.:.-i-ier.i anil
firacs I 3,' 21" 1 1" *i
Improvements, as more par-
ticularly described within said
Development Agreement.
The proposed Development
at build-out has the potential
to yield a 20,000 square foot'
c-.:.r ie .I _31ria : 'J ll lrsing :, Tr-e
rr, ire,. ,T j li, r 3 .. i g r, i:,
ir i-. ': ".ir. H1r i .r.I.:r 1ir, 1
pro,:, I i:|-.:. : il:.:.Iar,
I Irorr,'.u.4 ', ieil rr.e .ropc,'eO
IC,,ih g ir.'.- r eii ale :" r.-r,
ty (70) percent.
The Nassau County Board
of County Commissioners will
hold its second public hearing
on Monday, August 8.2005 at
7:00 PM at the Yulee County
Building, located at 86026
Pages Dairy Road, Yulee,
Florldq 32097.
A copy of the proposed
Development Agreement
can be obtained from the fol-
lowing locations:
Growth Management
Department
96161 Nassau Place

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7".: IJ' .- -rai-. W/ ,
Yulee. Florida 32097
Monday through Friday, 8:00
AM to 5:00 PM, except legal
holidays '
County Administrator's
Office.
,:,. I,_.i0if .3:[,Jij la ,: .

C.10r.-o, iri r-.u;rri .. i .- i 1:11:
F iar, ,0, rit,:,u i, Fi.rl il I: H
AM to 5:00 PM, except legal
holidays
Additional hearings may
be held upon the motion of
the Board, and any qddltion-
al hearings will be
announced at the above
hearing dates. ,
LLL l.E1 I Er': '.:- F iHI: 1iiA. :
LiC -iE ifS If :. D F:. E PIRE.
EiJ Ir 4ci E -IHE- C' IF i '= Ir-'
SON DECIDES TO APPEAL ANY
DECISION 'MADE BY THE,
BOARD, AGENCY OR COM-
MISSION WITH RESPECT TO
ANY MATTER.CONSIDERED AT
SUCH MEETING OR'HEARING,
HE/SHE WILL NEED A RECORD
OF THE PROCEEDINGS, AND I
[H, T FOh .I.UCH FiH u P'-.E 1,1 ,'
SrEC' i'o f ti'ri.h'E THA, a '*E'.
SBATIM RECORD OF THE PRO-
CEEDINGS MADE, WHICH
RECORD INCLUDES THE EVI-
DENCE ANDTESTIMONY UPON
WHICH THE APPEAL IS TO BE
BASED.
Individuals.with disabilities
needing a reasonable
accommodation in order to
participate In this proceed-
Ing should contact the office
Softhe Ex-Officlo Clerk at (904)
548-4660 or Florida Relay
Servylde at 1-800-955-8770(v)
or 1-800-955-8771 (TDD) at
least seventy two hours In
advance.
BOARD OF COUNTY COM-
MISSIONERS.
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA
SANSLEY NACREE, CHAIR-
MAN
ATTEST:
j,''~' ri :'r'CN ',F, r
EX-OFFICIO CLERK
1it 07-27-2005 .
4470

NOTICE OIl RESCHEDULING
OF MEETING
THIRD WEDNESDAY IN
AUGUST, 2005 -
BOARD OF COUNTY.
COMMISSIONERS


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the Regularly scheduled
Third Wednesday meeting In.
August, scheduled for August
17, 2004 has been resched-
uled to Wednesday, August 3,
2005, commencing at 9:,00
AM at the Yulee County
Building, located at 86026
Pages Dairy Road, Yulee,
Florida. The purpose of the
meeting Is for the discussion of
growth related Issues Includ-
ing the Comprehensive Plan,
Land Development
Regulations, and related ordi-
nances.,
The public Is Invited to be
present and be,heard. If a
person decides to appeal
any decision made by the
Board, agency or commission
with respect to any matter
considered at such meeting
or hearing, he/she will need a
record of the'proceedings


and that for such purpose
may need to ensure that a
verbatim record of the pro-
ceedingss made, which
record includes the testimony
and evidence upon whi6h
the appeal Is to be based.
Individuals with disabilities
needing a reasonable
accommodation In order to
participate In such meeting
or hearing should contact the
Office of the Ex-Officlo Clerk
to the Board of County
Commissioners at (904) 548-
4660 or Florida Relay Service
at 1-800-955-8770 (v) or 1-800-,
955-8771 (TDD) at least sev-
enty two hours in advance to.
request such accommoda-
tion.
BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA
ANSLEY N. ACREE
ITS: CHAIRMAN
ATTEST:
JOHN A, CRAWFORD
EX-OFFICIO CLERK
It 07-27-2005
4471

IN THE CIRCUIT OF THE 4th
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
NASSAU COUNTY
Case #:'05-CA-252
Division #:
UNC:
BANK OF AMERICA; N.A,,
Plaintiff;
-vs.-
CHARLES E. HAAS,JR.AND
ANGELA M. HAAS, HIS WIFE;
UNKNOWN PARTIES IN POS-
SESSION #1; UNKNOWN PAR-
TIES IN POSSESSION #2; IF UV-
ING; AND ALL UNKNOWN
PARTIES CLAIMING BY,
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L- ll:!ii: iHl-E C-' E l l 11-10
:EF. i JLIE,-rT' 'H .,c i'. E
NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD
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may be Infants. Income-:
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YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
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HEJGHTS.ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT BOOK 3, PAGES 47 AND
.47A OFTAREHE PUBUC RECORDS
OF NASSAU COUNTY, FLORI-
DA.
morethat a commonly hasknown as
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your written defense, if a.ny,
upon SHAPIRO & FISHMAN.
Attorneys for Plaintiff, whose
address Is 777 Yamate Rd.,.
Suite 200 rBoca Raton, FL',
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this notice, August 22, 2005
and file the original with the
clerk of this Court either
before service on Plaintiff's
attorney or immediately there
after; otherwise a default will


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this notiA. CRAWFORDugust 22, 2005
Circuit and County Courts either
By: /attorns/Sheila H. Beecly her
Deputy Clerk
t 07-27otherwse a defaul08-03-2005t will
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OF COUNTY arid County Courts
THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO
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APPEALANY DECISION MADE
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BOARD
NASSAU COUNTRY, FLWORIDA
ELAINE HUNTER
Its: Chairman
CTY OF PERSONS WITHNANDISABILITIESACH
REQUISTORINGC DISTRICT ACCOUNCILMMODA-
NOTICENS IN ORDER TO PHEARTIC-NG
NOPATE IN THIS PROGRAM FORGIVEN
ACTIVouncilY SHoULD CONTACTy of
NASSAU COUNTYh FLORIDAu











hold a QuasI Judicial pubilec


hearing on Thursday, August
11.2005, at 5:30 PM In the City.
Commission Chambers, 204
Ash Street, Fernandina Beach..
Florida to' review the follow-
Ing Certificate of
Appropriateness for new con-
struction or demolition:
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
OF FERNANDINA "AMELIA
ARTS CENTRE," 416 ALACHUA
STREET (HDC 2005-84), CON-
STRUCTION OF AN ELEVATOR
SHAFT, (Quasi-Judicial)
A copy of the application
may be Inspected In the
office of the Planning
Department, City Hall, 204 Ash
.Street, between the hours of
8:00AM 5:00PM, Monday
through Friday. For Informa-
tion on the application,


please contact the Planning
Department at 277-7325.
INTERESTED PARTIES MAY.
APPEAR AT SAID HEARING
AND BE HEARD AS TO THE
ADVISABIUTY OF ANY ACTION,
WHICH MAY BE CONSIDERED.
ANY PERSONS WITH DISABILI-
TIES REQUIRING ACCOMMO-
DATIONS IN ORDER TO PAR-
TICIPATE IN THIS PROGRAM OR
ACTIVITY SHOULD CONTACT
277-7305, TTY 277-7399, (FTY
NUMBER FOR ALL CITY
OFFICES) OR THROUGH THE
FLORIDA RELAY SERVICE AT 1-
800-955-8771 AT LEAST 24
HOURS IN. ADVANCE TO
REQUEST SUCH, ACCOMMO-
DATION.
IF ANY PERSON DECIDES
TO APPEAL ANY DECISION
MADE BY THE BOARD/COM-
MISSION WITH RESPECT TO
ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT
SUCH HEARING, S/HE WILL
NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VER-
BATIM RECORD OF THE PRO-
CEEDINGS IS MADE, WHICH
RECORD INCLUDES THE TESTI-
MONY AND EVIDENCE UPON
WHICH'THE APPEAL IS TO BE
BASED.
It '07-27-2005
r4474

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILF NO.: 05-18-CP
S DIVISION: B
IN RE: ESTATE OF.
CHARLES ALBERT UTTLE, JR.,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of CHARLES ALBERT LIT-
TLE, JR,, deceased, File
Number 05-118-CPis pending
ir, Ir .- ii I u- f for Nassau
S.:.j-i., ln.:I..3 Probate
Division, the address of which
Is Nassau County Courthouse,
"'6?d"7 "eteran' Way' Vulee
Fl:.rll..3 ;'(l'r" ir.- r,3,,e' 3r,,3
03'3,.-*-, *: rr,- re r ,": r.3l r-]: -
i-:' ri 31li.-: ,- inr pa. ..:,.-.
al' representative's are set
forth below.
.*-1 i CrEIlT.r-TC' : -PEr IoTIFIED
IH -T
All creditors of the dece-
,a-ra, 3-..3' .ir,-. i: ,"r r.: ,: r, 3
h.g. .: ,1iT.: .:r 3e T,,3i-..3,
against decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this notice is
served must file their claims
with this Court WITHIN THE,
LATER' OF THREE MONTHS
*FTEr iHl O-iE OF THE FIRST
I .1ll.i. -TI.:,1I I ,:F THIS NOTICE
.' HIH C'-. : --Ifi_' iHE
F-" fE ,:F t'r e .: + ,*:_ ,, .
OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
., All other c.i 3 .:,. :,.r inre
decedent and persons hav-
ing claims or demands
against the decedent's
estate must file their claim
e.iTr, ir.i ,:.:j '.n 1Hir il TH Ii-:
I 1,: I]H--- "311-o I r i HE '-T .:.ri
iH THE Fli : .l l- ": I 'I'. : T-I' I

ALL, CLAIMS 'AND
.Er 1-1 i :. r :i- i : LL:..'.'ILL
S1" H'' EA: ~ '- fi'F '

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Fl ".rr B 3. I .: i In a I

S -ii r r ii i :'- -
.10 South 7th Street
Fernandina Beach, Florida
32034
(904)491-1781
Personal Representatives:
CAROL COX LITTLE
?5 _umrnmit 6'.' ^ .t 05
".Ilhr.-e : :-.11' I 11Ii JC'
CHARLES A. LITTLE, III

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.Wd ., r

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No.: 05-CP-133
Division:
INRE; ESTATE OF
.i -: r ]E iF I. r.6 E.,i_-r

I ],:f l, IIo .: iELITI: .,
The administration of the
estate of JEANETTE L.MEYLAN,
deceased, whose date of
death was April 22. 2005; File
Number 05-CP-133 Is pend-
ing in the 'Circuit Court for
Nassau County, Florida,
F-,: i i i i.:..-. iHr..- .. r.;r,:
,. r .rai.:r, i. i:.-. it .:.- ,.
Frr, 3r,31-.3 1- Ir. I:l :..,3-3
:'J :i"' i" r. -. r ,T, : .31-=.3
addresses of the personal rep-
resentative and the personal

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A, l .,.c.Hin., nHr.- )..:o -
a, nr 31-.3 ...: i-r .. p. r :.r. r. .-
ing claims or demands
against decedent's estate,
on whom' a copy of this
r.:..- ,- r :L .-n r, :.- ,i -. H.',j:r '
ri- reinr .:13,'rr, Irr. I :.: j- "
'. ITHirl THE IF ITEi- .'
f1-rtiH ITlH I 3 Mf T H- I A i:.TI- F T .
THE. DFTII E O H I.IBLI: _". .]', .' ." i i1

C--iEFllO OF-TN T-IHC E
ALLTE ,+. .CLA.I OE .S OPY.
'o:F I THI: O.: T i:l iN r.l.,
iE l .irl -,i .:e..i- :ri : .: i the
The-.: d.Jer.t orf. ir,es t .- :.rp :
3 r 3 .: .3irr .:. r .3eiT- 3r,3.
p3.3,' I .*'e.:- .-nr, a.3 '
must.file their claims with this
court.WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE .FIRST PUBLI-
CATIQN OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL'CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. '1
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
'TIME PERIOD SET FORTH
Pe -rso nal Ci.Rep.res.entati
,:2. -r: ,:,1 r K,-,1" -'E-" THE
l'.CEIT 'El lii F ER T 'A Ni .E .ETH I
BARRED. O
The date of first publeca-
tion of this notice ls: July 27,
2005 a
SJanet A. Carver
un.':.rri I.:, I-e, :.:r,,3L .-

Florida Bar No. 193593 a
Janet A, Carver, PA. ,
Fer,'.-i.-.31-, ,3 f,3l-_, FJ.:rl3a
32034 SE A S
Telephone: (904) 261-2848
DENISE M. SMITH O
Personal Representative
54100 Flamingo Road
Callahan, Florida32011
2t 07-27, 08-03-2005
4476

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the City Commission of
the Cityof Ferriondia Beach,
.Florida, will hold a public hear-
ing on Tuesday, August 16,
2005 at 6:00 p.m. In the City
Commission Chambers, 204
Ash Street, Fernandina Beach,
Florida to review application
CU 20O5D73, STEVE AND SUSAN
HANCOCK, OWNERS AND
BUTCH BEARD, AGENT.
Applicants are requesting
approval of a conditional use
for construction of a three


story hotel with underground
parking seaward of the
coastal construction control
line, within the coastal high
hazard area within the beach
overlay district, and seaward
of the coastal construction
control line, located at 46
South Fletcher Avenue, The
property Is zoned C1:
Community Commercial
District.
A copy of the application
and Information on the
above matter may be
Inspected In the office of the
City Clerk,.City Hall, 204 Ash
Street, between the hours of
8:00AM 5:00PM, Monday
through Friday. The applica-
tions will be considered In a
quasi-Judicial proceeding.
Copies of the quasi-judicial


procedures are available at
the Office of the City Clerk
and will be available at the
meeting. Telephone number
904-277-7305.
Interested parties may
appear at said hearing and
be heard as to the advisabil-
ity of any action, which may
be considered. Any persons
with disabilities requiring
accommodations in order to
participate in this program or
activity should contact 277-
7305, TDD 277-7399, (TDD num-
ber for all City offices) or
through the Florida Relay
Service at 1-800-955-8770 or 1-
800-955-8771 (TDD) at least 24
hours in advance to request
such accommodation.
IF ANY PERSON DECIDES
TO APPEAL ANY DECISION
MADE BY THE BOARD/COM-
MISSION WITH RESPECT TO
ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT
SUCH HEARING, S/HE WILL
NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VER-
BATIM RECORD OF THE PRO-
CEEDINGS IS MADE, WHICH
RECORD INCLUDES THE TESTI-
MONY AND EVIDENCE UPON
WHICH THE APPEAL IS TO BE
BASED.
CITYOF FERNANDINA BEACH
Cassandra P Mitchell'
City Clerk','
2t 07-27,08-03-2005
4480

CITY OF FERNANDINA BEACH,
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the City Commission of
the City of Fernandina Beach,
Florida, will hold a public hear-
ing on Tuesday. August 16,
2005 at 6:00 p.m. in the City
Commission Chambers, 204
Ash Street, Fernandina Beach,
Florida to review application
SU 2005-79, LYNNE CONBOY,.
OWNER AND JOSE MIRANDA,
AGENT.Applicant is requesting
approval of a special use for
construction of a single fam-
Ily home seaward within the
coastal .high hazard area
i..iitr. -re i o.:r .:. I D, 31'
I: r ,3 r- i 1 1 : r r r '
ir.- i:: D31r i 1 a J' ir.
'Fletcher Avenue..
A : : r .: l C c il : i l :. ,
and .r, ,.:..-, : :.r. Ir.:
above matter may be
In-pe-"ted in the .ffice ?f the
C r, ,- rp .,'T, H..Ii -,J -':r.
=, e 1:,-' r -, i-i -, :.,. ; : f

thrtcuah Frid-J,' The applie.

Qu'a l'u.:'ii.a31 C._: :_ --3"h''
C, .:. .le .i i ',- :1u:l' i.:i.3l
pr.:.: .3,,J,; ,.ji' ,i alh31 h- F
the Office of the City Clerk
and will be available at the
rr,.-i.. ',, il c..c:r. :.r.. number
90J-1 ~ r
Interested parties may
appear at said hearing and,
be heard as to the advisabil-
Ity of any action, which may
be considered. Any persons
with disabilities requiring
,:-c :-rr- .:.nl ,':.r. :. ,1 -r: l:. .
: o n i.: .: v h ,- ir." -. ,:,.:. ,|T,.-:
.,i-l ir, -,.:.,u lI c .:r, .-' : ; "
7305, TDD 277-7399, (TDD n.Jm-
,ber for all C ir, .:..: .
through the F:r'i3 rila,
Service at 1-800-955-8770 or 1-
,,-' -.=-- i ,TCD', i i, 3.1 "1
..: rj'i i r ,:,_ h. i. r j.ci i


i.-, -. '- I_ r- C C:.- i lr:'' l
MADE BY THE BOARD/COM-
MISSION WITH RESPECT TO
ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT
SUCH HEARING, S/HE WILL'
NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VER-
BATIM RECORD OF THE PRQ-
EE iill. I r I E. Hil .: i -.
C' -,r "I [C, E IL't i"._ f ~. .
I).HI,'H rTHI- L FEL-L r; i ', 61:
BASED.
CITY OF FERNANDINA BEACH
Cassandra P Mitchell
City Clerk
2t 07-27,08-03-2005
4481

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE 4TH JUDICIAL,
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO: 45-2003-CA-371-
DIV-A
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC
"EnIrTr :TInr I ?'T.'TEt.T? IriC.

VS.
S -I E": I-I tL: i 1 .1 1I'-
-.1i Ii H',iir I ; :.:I :' E I: HEl' :
.E L7EE- *- F 'iT E`
." '-i iEE! UIEr,:,r. C .r E I-
TORS, TRUSTEES AND ALL
OTHER PARTIES-CLAIMING
AN INTEREST BY, THROUGH,
UNDER OR AGAINST VANES-
SA BAITLEY; UNKNOWN
;:.:,| E C.( ?t~he: e ..:

FL, ,ICl"I, .I,',H I :,,'i ,1 l Il ,
JANE DOE AS UNKNOWN
TENANTS IN POSSESSION
DEFENDANTS)
RE-NOTICE OF FORECLO-
SURE SALE
r ..:-il,: I' Ml :f.EE '--I.E ia
cur-u.'r.t i.-. '" ',', "ea ,
':-rar,h, l.:.n.:.r.'r. rI .T.
F,:,r .:rl.:.. Ij 31, I I*- ,1
i.)II.J-: Hii. I Ll
'- 3.-I I.: .I-- i:0.iy :' I-L'I
A of the Circuit Court of the
4TH Judicial Circuit in and for
NASSAU County.Yulee, Florida,
I will sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash at
I 3 ':,.j ju j 3i i r,r,e :.i rr.. .
IJ- 4' L e :.u r.r, ,:,irl, :.uJ.e
76347 Veterans Way, Yulee,
Fiorilda, at 11:30 a.m. on the 22.
day of August, 2005 the fol-
lbwing described property'as
set forth in said Summary'Flnal
Judgment, to-wit:
ALL THAT CERTAIN PIECE,
PARCEL OR TRACT OF LAND,
SITUATE, LYING AND BEING IN
THE CITY OF FERNANDINA,
COUNTY OF NASSAU AND
STATE OF FLORIDA AND
KNOWN AND DESCRIBED
UPON AND ACCORDING TO
THE OFFICIAL MAP OR PLAT
OF SAID CITY AS ISSUED BY THE
FLORIDA RAILROAD COMPA-
NY IN 1857 AND ENLARGED,
REVISED AND REISSUED BY THE
FLORIDA TOWN IMPROVE-
MENT COMPANY IN 1887 AND'
1901 AS; THE NORTH 50 FEET
OF THE SOUTH FIFTY-EIGHT FEET
OF SUBLOT "B" OF LOT .9,
BLOCK 232,
Dated this 20 day of July.
2005.
J.A. CRAWFORD
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /s/ Alice Lambrlght
Deputy Clerk
IN ACCORDANCE WITH
THE AMERICANS WITH DIS-
ABILITIES ACT, persons with dis-
abilities needing a special
accommodation should con-
tact COURT ADMINISTRATION,
at the NASSAU County
Courthouse at NONE, 1-800-
955-8771 (TDD) or 1-800-955-
8770, via Florida Relay Service,


DAVID J. STERN, RA..
801 S. UNIVERSITY DRIVE SUITE.
500
PLANTATION, FL 33324
(954) 233-8000
03-15865 (FNM)
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PEOPLE


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PLACES



HIGHLIGHTS

Pirate Invasion
Femandina
Beach High
/ School will
and their famileits to the high
annually
Pirate
Invasion
July 29
rm from
a.m. until
noon in the gym to introduce
the incoming freshmen class
and their families to the high
school experience. Call 261-
6240 for more information.

Uniform sale
Baptist Mertifdical Center-
Nassau Auxiliary is sponsor-
cng a fund-raiser medical uni-.
form and shoe sale to be held
July 29 from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.
in the conference room in the
main lobby of the hospital
entrance.m. See the new med-
ical apparel line presented by
First Uniform Inc. Register to
win $20 a gift certificate. The.
public is welcome and credit
cards are accepted.
Salt marsh secrets
Little Talbot Island state
Park presents "Secrets of the
Salt Marsh" July 30 and 31
at the1 a.m. at the campground
boat launch. The event is free
with park admission. For more
information call (904) 251-
2320 or visit
www.FloridaStateParks.org.

The Wizard of Oz by
The Police Athletic
League, in cooperation with
the Amelia Arts Academy, Will
produce the 70's musical,
dirhe Wion July 28 and 29
at the Peck Center. The play
by William F. Brown and ,
music and lyrics by Charlie
Smalls isan adaptation of The
Wonderful Wizard of Oz by
Frank Baum.
The musical is under the
direction of Nanette S. Autry,
chorus and drama teacher at,,
Femandina Beach High
School. Admission is a $5
donation. For, information,
contact Autry at 261-7962.
'Civil War Medicine
The Amelia Island
Museum of History will host
Dr. William.Birdsong, who will
present a lecture entitled "Civil
War
Medicine" on -
Aug. 4 at 6 '
p.m. at the .,
museum.
informative I
discussion
will look at the
state of science and medicine
in the 19th century, medicinal
practices during the Civil War,
and the war's contributions to
the development of improved
medical practices following
the conflict. Stair usage is
necessary. Members are free;
$5 for non-members.

Container gardening
Need a fresh touch of color
in your summer landscape?
Join Nassau County master
gardener Anne Mankovich to
learn the secrets of
,-s container



from
10-11
t .' a.m. at
the Peck
Center Auditorium, 516 South
10th St., Fernandina Beach.
The seminar is a part of
the Landscape Matters series
and is free to the public. If you
would like to plant a 10-inch
container to take home there
is a $15 charge and you need
to make a reservation by call-


ing (904) 879-1019 or (904)
321-5715, or e-mail Rebecca
Jordi at rljordi@ifas.ufl.edu.



Festival

THIS WEEK

Tickets on sale
Friends and Members of
the Amelia Book Island
Festival may place advance
orders for tickets to the festi-
val, to be held Sept. 29 to Oct.
2.
PEOPLE Continued on 9B


WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 2005
NEWS-LEADER / FERNANDINA BEACH, FL


PAGE 7B


After a day on the greens, tennis anyone?


To each man (or woman)
their sport. Tennis is
my chosen focus, but I
have great respect for
other sports and in particular
golf. There is really no choice -
it is Big Guy's thing.
We have a good friend who is
a dedicated and talented golfer
and continues to nudge me about
writing a column about the ulti-
mate challenge the art of put-
ting.
Putting? He is determined and
I test him with the cynicism of a
seasoned investigative reporter.
His piercing stare puts me in
my place. Make no mistake, he
likes to point out, putting is both
art and science and, even, eso-
teric he insists. It is something to
be taken very seriously. And as
only Yogi Berra could put in
words 90 percent of the game


Dickie Anderson

FROM THE
PORCH


is half men-
tal. OK, so
here I am
to meet his
challenge.
He
knows of
what he
speaks.
Golf occu-
pies a great
deal of his
time as he
continues
to work at
the game
he loves.
His hard
work has


paid off as he demonstrates by
shooting less than his age.
So now I am to take seriously
grown men standing on a carpet
of tightly mowed bright green


grass trying with all their might
to sink a little white ball into a
hole only slightly bigger than the
ball? It gets stranger. Once the
ball rolls into the hole what do
they do? They retrieve their
treasure and start all over again.
Big Guy is equally convinced
that putting is an elusive but wor-
thy use of time. It must be. I have
lost count of his collection of put-
ters and we have shelves of
books by people like Dave Pelz,
Bob Rotella and Ben Hogan,
all offering tips on the art of put-
ting.
My friend knows of what he
speaks he practices that which
fascinates him. His goal is to min-
imize the number of strokes it
takes to "sink" the ball. My men-
tor is an educator and I test his
teacher's patience, but still he
continues his efforts to enlighten


me. The skill and discipline, not.
to mention very expensive equip-
ment, are to be respected, he tells
me.
Are there parallels in life?
Sure, discipline and practice
serve us well. A man that sinks a
putt is a man you want to spend
time with.
The famous golfer Ben Hogan
said, "Putting is a different
game." Golf is two games in one.
There is the "long" game. The
object is to get the ball on the
green in the fewest number of
strokes. Then there is the "short"
game and that, he tells me, is the
game of games.
Putting accounts for nearly
half the golf shots made. Each
shot counts it doesn't matter if
it is 300 yards or 3 feet or 3 inch-
es. Once on the green the true
measure of a man (golfer) comes


into play.
So I asked my puttering friend
what is the difference between a
good putt and a tennis player hit-
ting an ace or a basketball player
making a three pointer? He pon-
dered my question and then smil-
ing suggested that putting was a
far more difficult feat. There are
endless variables. A skilled tennis
player simply hits a target usually
at high speed. The basketball
player hits his target the bas-
ket. The tennis court and basket-
ball court are always the same.
Not the golf course. A round of
golf tests a player with endless
and daunting challenges.
Yes, I have to agree putting is
to be respected, but, for me, back
to the tennis court.
Dickie Anderson is a local
humorist. Check out her website:
www.dickieanderson.com.


No CMMNTYhCIB K 4


GLENDA S. JENKINS/NEWS-LEADER
Reunion planners
Members of the Fernandina Beach High School class of 1986, from left, Adolphus White,
Deirdre Williams Smith and Autumn Simmons, dined at Brett's Waterway Caf6 for their first
20-year reunion planning meeting. The class will meet again in September. For information on
the reunion, send an e-mail with your mailing address to glendadagood@hotmail.com or call
Glenda Simmons Jenkins at 277-2606.


BENJAMIN PRICE/NEWS-LEADER
Health awareness
Brittany Pitts, right, and Tiara Rowell look over an educational
display July 15 created by Healing BALM Ministries of
Northeast Florida at the Martin Luther King Jr. Recreation
Center on Elm Street. The rally to promote community health.
awareness and HIV/AIDS education for adults and teens fea-
tured music, free food and gifts.


GLENDA,S. JENKINS/NEWS-LEADER
Skate park funds
Fernandina Beach City Manager Bob Mearns holds a replica;f
checklfofr\$150,00warded to the parks and recreation'iin
department for the proposed skate park, to be built on two
acres next to Ybor Alvarez Soccer Field near the municipal air-
port Park construction is estimated to cost $300,000-
$400,000. Parks and recreation also received $165,000 for
rehabilitation of the Martin Luther King Jr. Recreation Center
pool. The Florida Recreation Development Assistance Program
funds were awarded to the city through the state's Department
of Environmental Protection.


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Crown jewels
Kiwanian Nico Findeisen is a diamond expert as well as a renowned historian about England's
crown jewels. Findeisen gave a presentation, complete with remarkable replicas of the world's
most famous diamonds including the "Star of India" and the "Hope Diamond," at a recent
Kiwanis Club meeting. He also provided the fascinating history of each of the crown jewels, as
well as information about how diamonds are made, cut and polished. He is pictured above
with a part of his collection and a picture of Queen Mary.


Dance class
Dance classes are in
full swing at the Amelia
Arts Academy.
Instructor Felix Solis,
right, shows the correct
steps to students learn-
ing the tango, from left,
Sharon Austin, Dave
Hall, Julie and Chuck
Belinski, Joyce and
Dan Peacock, and
Corey and Walter
Kondas. The next 7-
week group session will
start Aug. 4 at a cost of
$50 per person. Call
the Amelia Arts
Academy for more
information about
group or individual
classes at 277-1225.
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 27.2005 AROUND TOWN News-Leader


HELPERS

Al-Anon
Al-Anon: Support group for
family members and friends of
alcoholics meets each week at
the following times at the
Alachua Club, 32 N. Third in
Fernandina Beach: Monday,
Wednesday and Friday at 11:00
a.m. A Men's Group meets at
8:00 p.m. on Thursday.
Meetings are held at the
Amelia Room, 906 S. Seventh,
Fernandina Beach at 11:00 a.m.
on Sunday, Thursday and
Saturday. For more informa-
tion, call 261-7175 or 261-1813.

Mentors needed
Big Brothers & Big Sisters
of Nassau County needs quali-
fied volunteers to mentor chil-
dren in school and the commu-
nity in a one-on-one relation-
ship. Little Sisters are also
needed. Call 261-9500 or stop
by 516 S. 10th Street, Suite 103.

SAT assistance
FCCJ offers a coaching pro-
gram for the Scholastic
Aptitude Test that can raise stu-
dents' scores, strengthen aca-
demic skills and not break
bank accounts. A commitment
of about 25 hours at flexible
times costs $35. Call the North
Campus at (904) 766-6708.

Nursingvolunmteers
needed
The Florida Department of
Health Volunteer School Nurse
Program is recruiting active.
and retired nurses with Florida
nursing licenses to assist with
student health care needs in
Nassau County schools. ,
Training is provided to become
a volunteer school nurse. For
information call the coordina-'
tor, Theresa Isaac, RN, at (904)
277-7280, ext. 244, or e-mail
theresa_Isaac@doh.state.fl.us.

Careforkids.
Florida KidCare offers low-
cost health insurance to chil-
dren without insurance and
parents whose children meet
the income guidelines.
Eligible families can obtain
health insurance for children
ages birth to 18 at $15 or less
per household per month.
The insurance covers doctor
visits, prescriptions, checkups,
.4i.,n j ._l hearing care, hospi-.
tal care, dental visits and men-
tal health care. Call 1-800-290-
0532 or check www.floridakid
care.org.

Court volunteers
needed
The Guardian Ad Litem is in
critical need of volunteers who
will become part of a court pro-
gram to represent the best
interests of innocent children.
Call Beverly Toney at (904)
630-2702.

MercyShip
Memorial United Methodist
Church is seeking volunteers
to help build personal trans-
portation vehicles for handi-
capped persons.
The vehicles are sent over-
seas by Mercy Ship to areas
where there is a desperate
need. You'll be taught the skills
you need, i.e., welding, drill
press and grinding operations.
If you would like to help, call
Bob at 321-5657, Jack at 261-
5691 or Roxanne at 261-4095.


No OMUIT CIPBO


STARS


Misty, a female, black and
white terrier mix, is cute,
sweet and a little shy. Stars
expects her to be about 25
pounds fully grown.
Save the Animals Rescue
Society, Inc. works to find
homes for abandoned
and/or mistreated animals
from Nassau County. The
adoption fee is $125-$200,
which helps to cover veteri-
nary expenses.
STARS does not run a
shelter. Animals are fostered
by STARS members until a
suitable and caring home is
found.
STARS needs new foster
homes in order to rescue
more animals and increase
adoptions.
For more information,
contact STARS at
adopt@starsofamelia.org, or


Artdass
Artist Karen McFadyen instructs the July art class at the Council on Aging. The Island Art
Association conducts monthly art classes for seniors. The class in July was on sketching
familiar objects. For more information about Council on Aging classes and programs,
call 261-0701.




Symphony chorus enlisting new singers


The Jacksonville Symphony
Chorus is enlistingnew singers
for the 2005-6 season. Auditions
will be held on Aug. 27 beginning
at 10a.m. at Jacksonville University
in the Phillips Fine Arts Building,
room 220.
Call (904) 354-5479, ext. 271, or
inquire online at www.jaxsympho-
nychorus.org for information and
to schedule an audition appoint-
ment
The Jacksonville Symphony
Chorus opens its season with
"Carmina Burana." Men are par-
ticularly encouraged to join, as this
project will require many new
tenors and basses.
Directed by Jon 0. Carlson, the
all-volunteer Jacksonville
Symphony Chorus has just com-
pleted its most artistically suc-
cessful season with the Jacksonville
Symphony Orchestra, having
recently performed Verdi's dra-
matic "Requiem." This season, in
addition to Orff's "Carmina
Burana," the chorus performed
Handel's ,"Mesa.,"- ".'iy
Bupt-te" PU indou cs "lMadame
Butterfly" and Poulenc's "Gloria."


by calling (904) 491-3107,
or writing to P.O. Box 893,
Fernandina Beach, FL
32035.


NASSAU HUMANE SOCIETY


Winkie is a wonderful little
2-year-old daschund/hound
mix. She weighs about 20
pounds and is house trained.
She loves riding in the car
and would make a faithful
companion.
Winkie gets along well with
other dogs, but no cats.
Winkle is one of the shelter's
handicapped dogs. She has
one eye. Her other eye had
to be removed due to blunt
force trauma. It is unclear
whether she was hit by a car
or struck with something.
The vet that operated on
Winkie said she should have.
no problem living a normal
and happy life.
Adoption applications are
being taken for Winkie to
ensure her a very, special
home. Please come and visit
her at the shelter on Airport


Road and fill out an applica-
tion or call for more informa-
tion at 321-1647.


CATS ANGELS


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SUBMITTED
The Jacksonville Symphony Chorus performs under the direc-
tion of Fabio Mechetti.


' The Jacksonville Symphony
Association is recognized by the
state of Florida as a major cultural
institutionand receives major fund-
ing ~tmjthe Departinen1rofState,
Division of Cultural Affairs. The
Jacksonville Symphony is also sup-


ported in part by the City of
Jacksonville and by a grant from
the National Endowment for the
Arts, a federal agency that sup-
pitlstith visual,-literary and' petr-
forming arts to B .e fiff "G
Americans.


GRANT WRITING WORKSHOP


The Nassau County Volunteer
Center is sponsoring a Grant
"Winning" Workshop to be held
Aug. 23 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the
Fernandina Beach Police
Department Community Center on
Lime Street in Fernandina Beach.
The cost is $15 per person and is by
reservation only. Reservation dead-
line is Aug. 16.
The workshop will feature
Maggi LeClair, who has provided


leadership and management of pro-
posals for two community colleges
and has developed proposals result-
ing in more than $10 million in
funded projects;
Workshop topics will include:
Things to do before you begin to
write, funding sources, preparing a
proposal development plan,
components of a grant proposal,
statement of need, goals and
objective, budgeting and project


evaluation.
The workshop is designed
help improve the chances of suc-
cess in grant funding, provide infor-
mation about the process, essen-
tial information function, how to
build an organizational portfolio,
arid how to write compelling pro-
posal.
For more information call the
Volunteer Center at 261-2771 or e-
mail ncvcfb@aol.com.


PARENTING WORKSHOPS


Parents of children in grades
4-8 are invited to attend a "Guiding
Good Choices" workshop series
Aug. 10 through Sept. 7 at the
Nassau County Government
Complex in Yulee, conference
room A. Workshops run from 9-
11 a.m. ,
"Guiding Good Choices" is an


interactive program. It was devel-
oped by Dr. J. David Hawkins and
Dr. Richard F. Catalano of the
University of Washington. Their
research has shown that when chil-
dren are bonded to their parents,
school and non-drug using peers,
they are less likely to get involved
in drug use or other behavior prob-


lems.
Meg McAlpine, family and con-
sumer sciences agent with the
University of Florida, Nassau
County Extension Service will
present the program. There is no
fee but space is limited to 15 par-
ticipants. Registration deadline is
Aug. 1. Call (904) 321-5715.'


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Regina. I'm originally a
beach cat I was hanging out
on South Fletcher Avenue, at
least that's where I was left.
Then the kitties came and
that got a lot tougher
because I needed to care of
them. We survived a good
while in a box on this lady's
front porch, but that got
scary when the kittens start-
ed walking good.
Lucky for us the lady
called Cats Angels and they
took us in. Come to find out
I was really sick with terrible
bite abscesses.
It took weeks of constant
care and antibiotics to put
me on the mend. Meanwhile,
my little fussball kittens got


all spayed and neutered and
vaccinated and adopted into
great homes. So, here I am
hanging at the Thrift Shop,
you know, right behind the
Loop Pizza Grill, next to
Blockbuster Video.. We're
open Monday through
Saturday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.,
which gives you lots of time
to come visit me or the
dozens of other great feline
friends here. We're all fixed
up and ready to go home
with you for only $75. Where
else can you get years of love
for such a great price! Not in
the market for a cat, just
come shopping to help sup-
port the program. We also
need donations and volun-
teers.


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PEOPLE Continued from 7B
The following events require
tickets, which may be ordered by
calling (904) 321-0645 or e-mail-
ing tickets@bookisland.org:
Friday, Sept. 23: Sneak,
Preview Party $20
Thursday, Sept. 29: Author
Chat with Susan Vreeland $10
($15 for public)
Friday, Sept. 30: Just Write It
(day of writing/publishing work-
shops) $40
Saturday, Oct. 1: Day of
Author Talks and Programs $20
(students through high school are
free)
Saturday, Oct. 1: Luncheon
with Authors $25 (groups of
seven may purchase a reserved
table for $196 and dine with the
author of their choice)
Tickets go on sale to the public
Aug. 1 and are available by
phone, mail, online or at: Books '
Plus, 107 Centre St.; First Coast
Community Bank, 1750 S. 14th
St.; Golf Club of Amelia, 4750
Amelia Island Parkway; and
Amelia Community Theater, 209
Cedar St.
For more information about the
festival, visit www.bookisland.org,
e-mail the festival planners at
info@bookisland.org or call the
Amelia Book Island Festival hot-
line at 491-8176.
Plantation plan
Kingsley Plantation will host an
open house from noon to 2 p.m.
July 30 where interested visitors
can review the Kingsley
Plantation Exhibit Plan, talk with
park staff about the exhibits, and
provide feedback on the exhibit
plan. Another open house will be
held Aug. 9 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at
St. Paul's AME Church, 6910
New Kings Road in Jacksonville.
The exhibit plan is also acces-
sible from the Timucuan Preserve
web site by visiting
http://www.nps.gov/timu and click-
ing on the "Kingsley Plantation
Exhibits" link for more details.
Comments will be accepted until
Aug. 15.
Kingsley Plantation is a 60-
acre unit of the 46,000-acre
Timucuan
Ecological and Historic
Preserve, located at 11676
Palmetto Ave., Jacksonville. It is
open daily, at no charge, from 9
a.m. to 5 p.m.

Support groups
Micah's Place offers support
groups for survivors of domestic
violence. For more information,
call 225-9979.
-NEXT WEEK

Book festival scholarship
The Amelia Book Island
Festival will present the $1,000
Writers Scholarship in Memory of
Christa Powell Walley to an
undergraduate or'graduate stu-
dent pursuing a degree in
English, journalism, communica-
tions or a writing-related major.
Applicants must have completed
at least 30 college credit hours
and must have demonstrable ties
to Nassau County. The deadline
is Aug. 1, For more information,
call 491-8176 or visit www.
bookisland.org.

StarTalk
Star Talk will present "'The
Summer Triangle" this month.
This asterism (star pattern), com-
prising three unmistakably bright
stars, serves as a guide for find-
ing your way around the summer
sky. Learn where it is and you'll
become an instant expert at point-
ing out other stars and constella-
tions. Star Talk will also look at
some the best telescopic objects
visible this time of the year.
The tour begins Aug. 5 at 9:30
p.m. at the Ybor Alvarez Soccer
Field parking lot at the south end
of Bailey Street. If it's cloudy, Star
Talk will be held on Saturday,
same time and place.
For more information, call 277-
3545 or 415-2704.

Churchyard sale
New Beginning's Church of'
God (formerly Blackrock Church
of God), 96306 Blackrock Road,
Yulee, will hold a yard sale and
car wash on Aug. 6 from 8 a.m. to
2 p.m. Shop while getting your car
washed for a donation. All are
welcome. Call 277-6704 for infor-
mation.
Fair preparations
All 4H and FFF students who
plan to show a market steer, lamb
or swine at the Northeast Florida


Fair this year must notify Larry
Varnidore at the Nassau County
Extension office at (904) 879-
1019. Varnidore and fair officials
will check and tag animals
Aug. 6-20.
COMING UP

Speeddating
Meet interesting professional
singles from Jacksonville and sur-
'rounding areas in a series of mini
"dates."
Upcoming events are Aug. 8
downtown, Aug. 22 in
Jacksonville Beach and Aug. 23
in Mandarin.
Register online at www.Pre-


Dating.com/jax or call 1-877-477-
3328. E-mail: jacksonville@
pre-dating.com.

Open house
Florida Community College's
Aviation Center of Excellence has
regularly scheduled "Second
Tuesday" opportunities to explore
career choices at open house
events. The next one is Aug. 9
from 5-7 p.m.
The event will provide informa-
tion for prospective students in
the fields 'of Flight Training,
Aviation Maintenance and
Aviation Operations.
The Aviation Center of
Excellence is located at the Cecil
Commerce Center, 13450 Lake
Fretwell St. in Jacksonville. For a
reservation, directions or more
information call (904) 997.2800.
Pesticide training
Pesticide training for Lawn and
Omamental pesticide operators
will be held Aug. 9 from 8 a.m. to
noon at the Nassau County
Cooperative Extension Office,
543350 US 1 in Callahan.
CEUs will be offered in CORE
and Landscape Ornamental cate-
gories.
The first session will cover
omamentals and CORE will start
at 10 a.m. Cost is $5 to cover
refreshments and material.
If you plan to attend, -contact
Larry Varnadge at (904) 879-1019
or Rebecca Jordi at 321-5715 or
e-mail rljordi@ifas.ufl.edu.

Bereavementsupport
The next bereavement support
group meeting will be Aug. 10 at
4:30 p.m. at the Bamabas Center,
11 South 11th St. in Femandina
Beach. No pre-registration is
required and all are welcome.

Home educators
The Nassau County Home
Educators an organization
which includes over 40 families -
will hold an "informational meet-
ing" at 7 p.m. Aug. 11 in the
Family Life Center of Springhill
Baptist Church on Nassauville
Road.
The meeting is for area fami-
lies interested in beginning home
schooling. Veteran home-school
parents and students will be avail-
able to answer questions about
the group and about home
schooling in general.
For more information, call
Debbie Hopper at 225-9160.

Hotdogsale
First National Bank of Nassau
_Qu..nt. will holp a hot dog salq to;
benefit Relay for Life on Aug. 12
from 11 a.m.-2,p.m. at the bank.
For more information call Nicole
Gagnon at 321-0400.

Flea market
Celebration Baptist Church will
hold a Fled Market and
Rummage Sale on church proper-
ty across from Yulee Middle
School on Miner Road from 8
a.m. to 3 p.m. Aug. 13.
All proceeds will go to the
church's mission trip to Mexico.,
Artisans and vendors are needed.
Cost is $10 per space or donate
items for the sale.
For reservations or pick-up of
your items, call the church office
at 225-0777.

Booksigning
Merrillee Whren of Fernandina
Beach will sign copies of her
book, The Heart's Homecoming, an
inspirational romantic story of rec-
onciliation and forgiveness, on
Aug. 13 from 7-9 p.m. at Books
Plus, 107 Centre St., Femandina
Beach.
This is Whren's first novel,
published by Steeple Hill Books in
paperback for their Love Inspired
line of inspirational romances.

Book sale
The Nassau Humane Society
is planning an "End of Summer
Beach Book Sale" from 10 a.m. to


4 p.m. on Aug. 13 at the shelter,
671 Airport Road, and at McGill
Aviation, 100 Airport Road.
Donations of books, tapes and
CDs may be dropped off at the
shelter on Airport Road in
Femandina Beach seven days a
week or at any of the following
locations: Harris Teeter, Healing
Dome, Kmart, Winn-Dixie, Amelia
Island Veterinary Clinic,
Femandina Beach Animal Clinic,
Lofton Creek Animal Clinic,
Nassau Veterinary Hospital, Red
Bones Dog Bakery and Boutique
and the Wal-Mart Supercenter in
Yulee.
All proceeds will benefit the
homeless dogs and cats at the
shelter.

Library board
The Nassau County Library
Advisory Board will meet on Aug.
16 from 3-5 p.m. at the Betty P.
Cook Center, 76346 William
Burgess Blvd. in Yulee. The public
is invited to attend.
Author talk
Victor DiGenti, author of
Windrusher and Windrusher and the
Cave of Tho-hoth, adventure/fanta-
sy novels, will discuss the fantasy
genre and the appeal of his
award-winning books to young
adults at the next meeting of the
Society of Children's Book Writers
and Illustrators at' 1 p.m. Aug. 20
at the Mandarin Bames & Noble,
1112 San Jose Blvd. Call (904)
886-9904.

Chorale is back
Amelia Arts Academy
announces that the Chorale is
singing again. Director Bob Moore
retums with Jim Wright, accompa-
nist. Mark your calendars for the
first rehearsal of the season at 7
p.m. on Aug. 22.
Pageant
The 66th Annual Miss Georgia
Forestry State Scholarship
Pageant will be held in Tifton, Ga.,
on Sept. 3. The pageant was
started in 1940 to offer education-
al opportunities to young women
while promoting and protecting
the forest industry.
The pageant is open to all
states. To enter call (229) 386-
2681 or visit http://usnational-
forestry.tripod.com or e-mail
usnationalforestrypageant@
yahoo.com.
Age divisions are Tiny Miss
ages 3 to 6, Little Miss ages 7 to
9, Junior Miss ages 10 to 12,
Teen Miss ages 13 to 16 and
Miss ages 17 to 23. For more
information call Dianne Dominy at
229-386-2681.
Relay road rally
Stanley Associates will host a
Road Rally with FriDaddy's Bar in
Jacksonville on Sept. 4 in support
of the "Relay for Life."'
RSVP by calling FdDa'ddy's at
(904) 757-4080. The entrance fee
is $15 per person or $20 per cou-
ple and includes a T-shirt.
Participants are encouraged to
ride their motorcycles and bring
friends. The event will end with a
50/50 drawling and a pig roast at
FriDaddy's.

Boatingcourse
The local Fernandina Beach
volunteers of U.S. Coast Guard
Auxiliary Flotilla 14-1 are offering
a new Boating Skills and
Seamanship program. The pro-
gram will run Sept. 6 through Oct.
13 from 7-9 p.m. twice a week,
Tuesday and Thursday evenings,
at the Femandina Beach light-
house. The cost is $35 per person
to cover materials.,
BS&S covers "which boat is for
you," boat and trailer handling,
navigation, Intracoastal Waterway
signs, "rules of the road," intro-
duction to navigation, weather
and more.
This will be the last opportunity
in 2005 to attend the BS&S pro-
gram. For information call Doug
Auburrn, USCGAUX Flotilla 14-1,
at 491-0042.


BUSINESS BRIEFS


The Fernandina Farmers Market, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. every
Saturday, features farm fresh produce, freshly baked goods, soups,
gourmet items and desserts as well as tropical plants, mixed bou-
quets, garden flowers and shrubs, herb plants, and naturally-made
bath products. The market is located at the comer of Centre Street
and Seventh Street North in the historic district.
Admission Is free and parking Is available. For more Information
visit femandinafarmersmarket.com or call (904) 491-4872.
*
The Nassau Humane Society and Redbones Dog Bakery and
Boutique will hold their monthly pet adoption from 10 a.m. to 4
p.m. on Aug. 6 under the tent in Redbones "Barking Lot," 809 S.
Eighth St.
Every Saturday is "Puppy Kissing" day at Redbones. Hold an
adoptable puppy from the Nassau Humane Society and donate $1
to get real puppy kisses. Come out and have tons of fun while sup-
porting the Nassau Humane Society. For information contact the
society at 321-1647 or Redbones at 321-0020.

An "Extravaganza" of home-based businesses will be held at
the Camden County Reoreation Center on Aug. 6 from 11 a.m to 3
p.m. The show will feature more than 30 venders and Is free to the
public. For Information and directions, call Shaunaa Hanners at
(912) 729-7438.

A monthly drawing is held at Armolres, Etc., 1667 S. Eighth St
In Femandina Beach, to benefit local American Cancer Society
patient services and programs.
Visit Armoires, Etc. to purchase $2 tickets for a chance to win a
prize on the last Friday of each month. Area businesses are invited
to join In. For information call 261-8283.


REUNIONS

A committee is forming to plan the Fernandina Beach High
School Class of 1986 20th year reunion. The group is considering a
class reunion cruise. To join the planning committee or to make com-
ments about the reunion, e-mail Glenda Simmons Jenkins at glenda
dagood@hotmail.com.
FBHS Class of 1985 will hold its 20-year reunion Sept. 17. For
more information call Ariene Rowland-Scott at (904) 753-8774 or
Bonnie Brooks Thart at (904) 753-3448.
The Class of 1965 plans to meet Oct. 21-22. Contact Blanche
Griffin at 261-8992 or.Marsha Carman at 261-3317 for information.
Call everyone you know.
Members of the Class of 1965 have planned a breakfast
brunch on Aug. 13 at the home of Erving and Delores Gilyard in
addition to the activities planned for the Peck High School Grand
Reunion. Contact Jeannette White at 225-0387 or (cell) 703-7334 to
make reservations.


Heart Walk2005
The American Heart
Association will hold its 2005
Heart Walk "Change Tomorrow,
Today" beginning at 8 a.m. on
Sept. 10 at Metropolitan Park in
Jacksonville.
The Heart Walk helps fight
heart disease and stroke by rais-
ing funds to support lifesaving
research, programs and educa-
tion. It also helps people take the
first steps toward a heart-healthy
lifestyle by becoming more physi-
cally active. For more information
call (904) 739-0197 or visit the
web site at.
walk.americanheart.org.
Metropolitan Park is located on
the St. Johns River directly across
from Alltel stadium on Gator
Boulevard.

Arts academy classes
The Amelia Arts Academy will
begin an "Introduction to Guitar"
on Sept. 12. The six-week course'
is held from 6:30-8 p.m. for ages
12 to adult. Cost is $75. For more
information call 277-1225.
If you are interested in a pho-
tography class, contact the acad-
emy at 277-1225.

Poker rn
Motorcyclists from three coun-
ties will join together Sept. 24 at
the St. Augustine Beach Pier
Pavilion to raise money for
Habitat for Humanity. Registration
is $25 and begins at 9 a.m. with
last bike out by 11 a.m. and last
bike in by 3 p.m. The 75-mile ride'
departs from the Pier Pavilion.
Save $5 by pre-registering at
any St. Augustine Bank of
America branch, at any Honda,
Harley-Davidson, Suzuki or
Yamaha dealership, online at
www.habitatstjohns.org. or call
Habitat for Humanity at (904)
826-3252'. ;;

Marathon training
Girls on the Run announces
that the Women's Marathon
Training Team is now open for
registration.
Train with other women for the
Miami Marathon/Half-Marathon
(your choice) and help support
the GOTR girls. Registration is
open to all women (walkers,
beginner runners, experienced
marathoners, and everyone in
between).
The training program begins
Oct. 1. There is a fund-raising
commitment of $262 and a regis-
tration fee of $26.20, which
includes fun socials, informative
training clinics and group runs
based on where you live
(Jacksonville or Femandina).
Team sizes are limited and on
a first-come, first-served basis.
Get more details and download a
registration form at www.GOTR
neflorida.org.
Leadership course
The Nassau Institute for
Community Education (NICE) will
offer a new course this fall for
board members and executive
directors of non-profit organiza-
tions. The six-week course,
"Leadership Matters," will be pre-
sented by Robert S. Bolan, Ph.D.
The Course will include discus-
sion of pertinent topics such as
board composition, fund-raising
dilemmas and volunteer motiva-
tion.
The fee is $50 and a lifelong
college membership of $15 for
students enrolling in E Florida
Community College class for the
first time. The class will meet at
St. Peter's Episcopal Church in
Fernandina Beach on
Wednesday afternoons from 3-
5:30 p.m. Oct. 15 through Nov. 9.
For information or to register
call the FCCJ Betty P. Cook
Nassau Center at 548-4432.

SPECIAL EVENTS

The New Horizons Summer
Band meets at 6:30 p.m.
Tuesday through Aug. 23. Don
Reynolds, director of the award-
winning Fernandina Beach High
School band, holds the baton
through Labor Day. Call 277-1225
for information.
*
Girls on the Run of
Northeast Florida is accepting
applications for volunteer coach-
es. GOTR will be offered at multi-
ple schools, parks and YMCA's
throughout Fernandina, Yulee,
Jacksonville, Orange Park and
Ponte Vedra, and programs will
run from mid-September through


mid-November.
Coaches work directly with the
girls, teaching them healthy habits
and helping them train for a 5K
run. Coaches, need to be avail-
able two weekday afternoons
each week for 1 hour (times vary
from 3-6 p.m.) and attend training
on Aug. 27. No experience is nec-
essary just a healthy, positive
lifestyle and an enthusiasm to
mentor girls.
For a volunteer application or
more information, contact Girls on
the Run at 321-4315 or
GOTRneflorida@ aol.com.
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Nassau Habitat for
Humanity's recycling program
includes cell phones. They may
be taken to North Nassau ,
Recycling at Lime and South
Eighth streets in Fernandina
Beach.
Recycling is an important part
of Nassau Habitat's funding. It
also has aluminum can bins locat-
ed at many places on the island.
Aluminum cans may also be left
at North Nassau Recycling.

Learn how to preserve you
family photos for generations to
come at a free scrapbooking
workshop Thursdays from 6-9
p.m. at the Ice Cream Club, 817
S. Eighth St. Call Jayme for more
information at (904) 415-2285.

All seniors are invited to get
together for bingo at the Jane
Adams House, 1550 Nectarine
St. in Fernandina Beach, from
9:30-11 a.m. Wednesday.
Coffee, breakfast snacks, nice
people and prizes. Call 261-9494.,

FALL REGISTRATION

Miss Kate's PreK, under the
direction of Kate Hart, formerly of
St. Michael's Academy Preschool,
'is now.accepting applications for
the 2005-6 school year. The pro-


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ment that fosters life-long learners
with a curriculum emphasizing lit-
eracy and language skills.
Children must be 4 years old by
Sept. 1. For registration informa-
tion, contact 583-6228 or e-mail
misskateprek@yahoo.com.

The Littlest Angels Pre-
School housed in Community
Baptist Church, Yulee, is accept-
ing applications for the fall pre-
school term. Half-day and full-day
positions are open. Before- and
after-school programs are also
available. For information call
225-2554.

Faith Christian Academy has
openings for this coming school
year for K3 and first grade. Call
321-2137 or stop by 134 Old
Church Road.

Friendship School at
Fernandina Beach Church of
Christ is enrolling students for the
2005-6 school year. Classes are
available for ages 1-3. Class
sizes are well below average and
the school is a state licensed facil-
ity, C04NA0042. Call 261-9760
and ask for Elizabeth Tupper.

Registration is open at the
Amelia Island Parent
Cooperative Preschool for chil-
dren ages 2, 3 and 4 years. The
school is run by parents who take
turns assisting teachers. It is
located in the Peck Center on 516
South 10th St. Children must
reach school age by Sept. 1.
Space is limited. Call 261-1161.

The Amelia Island
Montessori School is accepting
applications for the 2005-6 school
year. Openings are available for
children aged 18 months through
kindergarten.
The toddler program is for chil-
dren 18 months to three years
old. The primary program is for
children.aged 3 to 6. Toddler and
primary classes meet daily, 9 a.m.
to noon, with kindergarten dis-
missal at 2:45 p.m. Before and
after school care is available.
Scholarships are available f6r
qualifying students. Call 261-6610
for more information or visit www.
ameliaislandmontessori.com.

Step-by-Step Learning
Center at 1986 Citrona Drive
announces its participation in the
U.S. Department of Agriculture's
Child Care Food Program.
Meals will be available at no
separate charge to enrolled eligi-
ble children at the center. Parents
and guardians of children eligible
for free and reauced-price meals
must complete an application.


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WEDNESDAY, JULY 27,2005 AROUND TOWN News-Leader


No CMMNIY C IPBI


Students honored
O'Neal Memorial Baptist Church honored Rose-Lennie
Developmental Learning Center graduates and I Can Academy
students during the church's 12th Annual Save the Children
Day on July 17.
Honorees included, front row from left, Jaya Riley, Armonie
Nalor, Zavia Jenkins, Aja Evans and Alexus Blue, and back
row from left, Taylon Wilcox, Jamaal Benjamin, Maurice
Fleming and Malcolm Wilcox. Rose-Lennie, a non-profit pre-
school opened by O'Neal Memorial in 1992, has graduated 10
classes and 34 students since 1994. I Can Academy, a sum-
mer outreach ministry, provides enrichment activities for
youth. The church honored the students for achievement in
community, church and school activities.
GLENDA S. JENKINS/NEWS-LEADER


Butterfly gardening
The Woman's Club of Fernandina Beach held four work days this spring at the Butterfly
Garden behind Atlantic Elementary School. On July 16, the boys of Nassau House and mem-
bers of the Woman's Club, Little Women and Keep Nassau Beautiful laid mulch and cleaned up
the grounds and the footpath behind the garden. With school starting soon the Woman's Club
hopes children and others in the community will take advantage of the garden, gazebo and the
pathway in the woods.
Above from left, Saralyn Sellars, Louise Foster, Nelson Showalteir, Shirley Hargreaves and
Eunice and Gib Kurtz help with the cleanup .
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Kingsland, Ga.
M-F 8-6 Sat. 9-3
780 E. King Ave.
912-729-5882


LocalDAR

organizer

elected to

national post
Jean Dixon Mann was elected
Vice President General at the
114th Continental Congress of
the National Society Daughters of
the American Revolution
(NSDAR) on July 9. Mann will
serve in this capacity until July
2008. A total of 21 women are
elected to this position, with
seven being elected each year.
Mann was 'the organizing
regent of the Amelia Island
Chapter in
September 19
1993 with 18
members.
Chapter mem-
bership has
now grown to
120. Mann has
served as State Mann
Regent' of the
Florida State
Society for the past two years.
During her tenure as State
Regent, she established an
endowed scholarship with
$80,000 in donations.
NSDAR, with its 166,000
members worldwide, is a volun-
teer women's service organiza-
tion promoting historic preser-
vation, education and patriotism
whose members lineally descend
from a patriot of the American
Revolution. The organization is
headquartered in Washington,
D.C., in its complex of buildings
which include Memorial
Continental Hall and Constitution
Hall, both on the National
Register of Historic Places.
Memorial Continental Hall
houses one of the finest genealog-
ical libraries in the country and
contains over 150,000 volumes.
Constitution Hall is well known in
Washington as one of the pre-
mier sites for concerts, but has
also been the venue for Wheel
of Fortune and Jeopardy.
Mann is the wife of Jack T.
Mann and the daughter of Lucile
Bennett of Fernandina Beach.
The Amelia Island Chapter of
the Daughters of the American
Revolution will host an infornia-
tional seminar for new and
prospective members on Aug. 18
at 7 p.m. in the Community Room
at First Coast Community Bank
on 14th Street. Anyone interest-
ed in learning about the DAR is
invited to attend Call 491-4699.


Brunswick, Ga.
M-F 9-5
3696 Community Rd.
912-280-9668


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CLASSIFIED


NEWS-LEADER
WEDNESDAY, JULY 27,2005


To Place An Ad, Call (904) 261-3696. The Classified Ad Deadline for Wednesdays is 5:00 p.m. Monday and for Fridays is 5:00 p.m. Wednesday


100 ANNOUNCEMENTS 204 Work Wanted 403 Financial-Home/Property 606 Photo Equipment & Sales 619 Business Equipment 800 REAL ESTATE 813 Investment Property 858 Condos-Unfurnished
101 >'1lf -"hnl 205 Live-In Help 404 Money To Loan 607 Antiques Collectibles 620 Coal-Wood-Fuel 801 Wanted to Buy or Rent 814 West Nassau County 859 Homes-Furnished
102 L.. I:, l-.ui 206 Child C're 500 FARM & ANIMAL 608 Produce 621 Garden/Lawn Equipment 802 Mobile Homes 815 K,ngsland/St. Marys 860 Homes-Ur.furnished
10 i Iri, -Ir-Yo 207 D..nes- Opportunity 501 Equipment 609 Apoliances 622 Plants/Seeo/Fertilizer 803 Mobile Homes Lots 816 Camden County 861 Vacation Rentals
104 Pr6fonals 300 EDUCATION 502 Livestock & Supplies 610 Air Conditioners/Heaters 623 Swap/Trade 804 Amelia Island Homes 817 Other Areas 862 Bed & Breakfast
105 Publiit rir:.- 301 Schools & Instruction 503 Pets./Supoies 611 Home Furnishings 624 Wanted to Buy 805 Beaches 850 RENTALS 863 Office
iy. l pp, '1 302 DietExercise 504 Sr.ice 612 Musical Instruments 625 Free Items 806. Waterfront 851 Roommate Wanted 864 Commercial/Retail
i_ -,I:.'l~c..m 303 Hobbles/Crafts 600 MERCHANDISE- 613 Television-Radio-Stereo 700 RECREATION 807 Condominiums 852 Mobile Homes 865 Warehouse
l ir .j.r .,~ 305 Tutoring 601 Garage Sales 614 jewelry/Watches 701 Boats & Trailers 808 Off Island/Yulee 853 Mobile Home Lots 900 TRANSPORTATION
200 iMP iYMEN1I 306 Lessons/Classes 602 Articles for Sale 615 Builoinq g Materials 702 Boat Supplies/Dockage 809 Lots 854 Room 901, Automowies
.0 i.el p w'lnt-dw 400 FINANCIAL 603 Miscellaneous 616. Srorage,' Warehouses 703 Sports Equipment Sales 810 Farms & Acreage 855 Apartments-Furnished 902 Trucks %
' nii.Nin-.. 401 Mortgages Bought/Sold 604 Bi.-clre 617 Machinery-Tools-Equip. 704 Recreation Vehicles 811 Commercial/Retail 856 Aparments-Unfurn. 903 Vans
I'l- H1utlilH-.kl.n..jt 402 Stocks & Bonds 605 Computers-Supplies 618 Auctions 705 Computers & Supplies 812 Property Exchange 857 Condos-Furnished 904 motorcycles
.. "D -R S ER VI C I R Y s O A gD 90o5 Commerci al.

THE NEWS-LEADER SERVICE DIRECTORY Is LOCATED ON PAGE 3C'


S102 Lost & Found
LOST MALE CHIHUAHUA in Lowe's
.,i r. I.it on Mon, .. Answers to
1 ,1 i.l., Black h.. .n markings.
I *. i' .. ,. or 583-6083.
if VIyoI II.I v in-.t your .at or dog, 1.'1.
I- ,i I..ii. _rI i. -.r,r Th,._ 115 -- -J
I..1,,,t r i i',. l .1 i. the airport), & the
...,i ;1...r. r. 86078 License Rd.
in Yuled (next to the drivers license bldg.).

105 Public Notice

All Real Estate advertised herein
Is subject to the Federal Fair
Housing Act, which makes it illegal
to advertise any preference,
limitation, or discrimination based
on race, color, religion, sex,
handicap, familial status or national
origin, or the intention to make any
such preference,, limitation or
discrimination.
The News-Leader will not knowingly
accept any advertising for real
estate which is in violation of the
law. All persons are hereby
Informed that all dwellings
advertised are available on an equal
opportunity basis.
If you believe that you may have
been discriminated against in
connection with the sale, rental or
financing of housing, call the United
States Department of Housing and
Urban Development, HUD -
1(800)669-9777, or for the hearing
impaired 1(800)927-9275.




201 Help Wanted
YMCA After School Program now
hiring for experienced Site Directors in
Yulee area. Stop by, YMCA to pick up
,application.
CONSTRUCTION TRIM & SIDING HELP
NEEDED near Rec. Center, Please call
(904)509-8355.
Part-Time Accountant Experienced
only. Quick Books a must. Fax resume to
"'0-1i)22 )0003 Full Time Warehouse
Worker C ii r'or appt. (904)225-0004.
EXPERIENCED FRAME CARPENTERS
NEEDED Call Tony, 583-0562.
RESIDENTIAL INSTRUCTOR Outward
Bound Wilderness program has immediate
openings for creative, flexible person to
work in residential program. Background
-Screeoing;- Driver's License, CPR-and 'First
Aid required. Send letter of Interest and
resume to Program Director, 87692 Bell
River Estates Road, Yulee, FL 32097.
1878 TAVERN & GRILLE now hiring
waitstaff, line cooks & Uishwashers. Apply
In person after 4pm.
Clementina's NOW HIRING -
i'sCci:,..;. Produce & Dell, Juice &
nI,.,,,.rrl,- Bar, Inspirational Books &
Gifts). FT Positions Available: Food
Prep, Smoothie Bar, 'n.-i,-. Stations &
[ Business Manager, p .1 Only with
Fer-llent Bef,? Need Apply. Non-
r',,'. r.r'"r.ii.. l Dug Applicants Only,
fi C:aI -' or fax resumes with

RECEPTIONIST needed in Amelia
Island .ii:e'r-.:i" c. 'rl. 0 hours per
week,. rl cu e .p,. '- .v helpful. Fax
resume to (904)321-1488.


DAVE TURNERtINC.
Plumbing t J5
Contractor

NOW HIRING
Repair, warranty,
new construction
commercial and residential
plumbers. experienced helpers for
Nassau County and surrounding
areas-
Office Positions Available
Call For Details-
Benefits: Paid Vacation / Holidays /
Bonus Days / Retirement I
Health Insurance.
Valid Driver's License /
Drug free workplace.
Appty in person 8 to 5 weekdays @
474390 East State Road 200,
Fernandina Beach, FL


Food and Beverage The Golf Club of
Amelia Island is currently accepting
applications for Executive Sous Chef and
part-time and full time experienced wait
staff.Great benefit package and cutting
edge work environment.Apply at the Golf
Club of Amelia Island. Call (904)277-
8015.
SENIOR PROGRAMMER ANALYST
Nassau County has an opening for a
Senior Programmer Analyst at $39,783 -
$56,212 annually plus benefits. Requires a
BA or BS in .Computer Science or
equivalent supplemented by 3 to 7 years
of an equivalent combination of education,
and MCAD, MCP, MCSD certifications a
plus. Must possess valid drivers license.
Applications accepted through August 5,
2005 and can be obtained in the Human
Resources Department located at'96161
Nassau Place, Yulee, FL 32097. Phone
(904)321-5908 or fax (904)321-5926.
EOE/M/F/D/V Drug Free Workplace.
HERE WE GROW AGAIN!
Artistic Florist has the following
positions open: Full time and part-time
floral designers. Creative, energetic, and
experienced. Designer's Assistant.
Front/Telephone Sales neat and
professional experience a must. Apply in
person at 1875 B South 14th St.
BB&T
RELATIONSHIP BANKER
Seeking candidate for our Fernandina
Beach office with bank customer
service/sales experience* to initiate,
develop and manage relationships.
Excellent interpersonal/communicatlon
skills. Excellent compensation package.
Please apply on line at www.bbandt.com.
EOE/AA/D/V, Drug Free Workplace.
Driver CDL-A req'd.
COASTAL TRANSPORT
Home Every Night & '
Weekend Guaranteed
Dedicated Shorthaul
Avg. $768 $999/wk
85% Preloaded/Pretarped
Part-time opening availl
Jacksonville, FL Terminal
877-428-5627
www.ctdriverscom

Hiring Team Leaders!


COOKS &

SERVERS
Restaurant experience
needed. Flexible full-time
schedules, paid vacations
and more. M/F, EO.E.
Apply in Person Only
9-11AM or 2-SPM





2742 S. 8th Street
Fernandina Beach, FL


is seeking

EXECUTIVE

HOUSEKEEPER

Housekeeping supervision
preferred. Must be hands
on. Weekends required.
Come join our enthusiastic
family, where we will
know your name.

Call: Jason W. at
(904) 277-2300,
fax resume to
(904) 277-1839
or e-mail:
jwinberg@bellsouth.net
(no walk-ins please)


JOB OPENING Part-time, 15-20 hrs.
Will train. Apply in person, The UPS Store,
1417 Sadler Rd. (next to Publix).
Independently owned.
LOCAL TRACTOR-TRAILER DRIVERS
Needed Immediately
Requirements:
Class A-CDL
2 years verifiable experience
Clean MVR
Call 1-800-392-4957, ask for Sue
Robbins.
JOIN THE PRUDENTIAL
REAL ESTATE TEAM
You are Invited to join the team at
Prudential Chaplin Williams Realty. We
are now interviewing new and
experienced licensed real estate agents.
Call Jim Ewing ,at (904)225-8844 for an
appt.
ACCESS TO COMPUTER
Work from home on-line.
$500-$1500 PT to
$5000+ FT.
www.fortuneinsuccess.com/?refid=nn
WANTED: Mature Live-In Companion -
for elderly gentleman in Callahan area.
Room & board in lieu of wages. Need
someone who will be home In evenings.
Cook 3 meals weekly. No cleaning
required. References & background check
required. Donna (904)879-5418 after
7pm.
HOUSEKEEPERS WANTED Experience
desired. Apply in person, at Amelia
Rentals, 5211 S. Fletcher, Fernandina
Beach.
LAND SURVEY CO.'- ,-.'d i:, p rier,.:e..d
party c &.ihi i r.strunr.r-:. manr P I -. ca11
(904")321-00."-3


HOMEBUILDER SEEKING an
organized, detail oriented individual for its
accounting department. This person must
have a minimum of 4-6 years experience
in g/1, job costing, fixed assets and
financial statements. Proficiency in Excel
and other Microsoft Office products is also
necessary. We offer competitive salary
with health Insurance and IRA, Fax
resume, 261-8838.
MAINTENANCE PERSON for
condominium. Prefer someone who wishes
to supplement present income. Must be
available 25-30 hrs/wk. Call Bob Miller,
583-0074.
LOCAL TRUCKING COMPANY :. l,,iij
tq fill Supervisor position. Experience a
must. Will have the responsibility of
supervising 20-30 employees. Salary
negotiable. Serious inquiries only. Call Sue
Robbins (800)392-4957,
JOIN THE #1 HOUSECLEANERS ON
THE ISLAND We work Mon-Fri cleaning
Amelia Island's finest homes. 4-6 hrs per
day, no nights, no weekends, no holidays.
$8/hr. Hurry In to Armoires, Etc., 1667 S.
8th St. to apply.
RESEARCH ANALYST for growing
Democratic andcorporate survey research
firm in Fernandina Beach, FL. Must be
detail oriented, positive, responsible, and
a problem solver looking for a challenge.
Strong analytical and organizational skills,
solid verbal and written skills, and ability
to handle tight deadlines are needed for
success. Advanced knowledge of Excel or
working knowledge of standard statistical
packages (SPSS) or cross-tabular
programs required. Salary DOE $24,500-
$33,500 plus health and retirement
benefits and potential bonuses. EOE.
Fax: (904)491-0594
or e-mail: info@hbstaff.com


SMartex Services
LANDSCAPE MANAGEMENT


Immediate Openings for motivated and experienced
Landscape Maintenance Crew Leaders
Valid Driver's License
+ 3 years experience
EnglishiSpanish helpful
Landscape Maintenance Technician
Valid Driver's License Helpful
Experienced or Will Train '..'
Join the team al Martex Services.
Send your resume by'fax to (904) 261-0821,-
or call us at (904) 261-5364,
or email to martexservices@bellsouth.net. EOE


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NOW HIRING
Companies desperately need employees to
assemble products at home, No selling,
any hours. $500 weekly potential. Info
1-985-646-1700 DEPT. FL-1380.
Earn $$$ Helping MDs! Process medical
claims from home. Call the Federal Trade
Commission to find out how to spot
medical billing scams. 1(877)FTC-HELP.
A message from the News-Leader and the
FTC.


LAWN MAINTENANCE & LANDSCAPE -
Must be drug free & have valid drivers
license. Call C.B. Murphy Lawn Service at
548-0004 or fax resume to 548-0184.

PART-TIME RECEPTIONIST Every
other weekend at Summer Beach Realty
office. Duties include answering phone,
basic computer & office skills. Knowledge
ofMLS (CTI Navigator) & ACT a plus. Call
(904)261-0624 M-F, ask for Janis.


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From the $190s
1,604-3,418 sq. ft., 3-6 bedrooms,.2-3.5 baths
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court and family recreation area.


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THE RITZ-CARLTON
AMELIA ISLAND

A GREAT PLACE TO WORK

Positions Available in:
Engineering Stewarding
Valet Parking Food & Beverage
Culinary Rooms
Currently hiring experienced Servers for Cafe 4750

We are pleased to offer
an array of benefits that include:
Competitive wages; medical, dental, vision coverage;
health care and family care spending accounts; paid
vacation; sick and holiday pay; 401(k) plan; education-
al assistance program; promotions/transfers; two-day
orientation; on-the-job training; employee discounts;
complimentary employee meals; well-tailored uniform
and so much more!

HIRING BONUSES AVAILABLE

HOURS OF APPLICATION:
Tues. 2-7pm; Wed. & Fri. 9-11am, 2-4pm
Please call to schedule appts. outside of application hours.
EMlPLOYMENT-fIOTLINE 904-277-1076
Direct Line 904-277-1054 EOE/DWFP


NASSAU COUNTY Cartesian Pointe
From the $160s.
1,336-2,478 sq. ft., 2-4 bedrooms, 2-2.5 baths
Now taking reservations for new homesites. Tour the two new
model homes. Convenient to 1-95 and Femandina Beach.


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201 Help Wanted I
HOUSEKEEPERS at Master Corp.
Average $10 per hour. We train you at
$7.50 per hour. Work is scheduled for
Friday/ Saturday/Sunday. Paid weekly.
Benefits offered. Must have own
transportation. Call (904)591-6484.
BREWER SEPTIC looking for Laborer.
Please call (904)225-0471.
NOW HIRING Cashiers, Cooks & Shift
Leaders. Apply in person at KFC Yulee &
Fernandina Beach locations, or call (904)
725-8012 for mqrre info.
GLASS SHOP HELP WANTED 1 Glass
Technician wanted. 3 yrs exp. necessary. 1
hands on Construction oriented trainee
needed. Drug & alcohol free workplace.
Applications available at 1951 S. 8th St.
or by phone (904)261-9780.


NAIL TECHNICIAN MAGNA'S SALON.
Centre Street location. Commission,
health insurance. Please call (904)321-
0404. "
HELP WANTED Winn-Dixie of
Fernandina Beach. Various positions
available. Inquire at store.
Headwaiter & Asst. Chef for new
restaurant coming soon. Base salary.
Clean cut & dedicated. Also dishwasher,
cashier, waitstaff. (904)557-3782,
(904)703-4265
HOUSEKEEPER needed for seasonal
work cleaning rental properties, part-time.
Apply in person at Amelia Island Lodging
Systems, 87 S. Fletcher Ave.


UNITED & STRONG CONSTRUCTION -
now hiring framers & helpers, $10 to $25
per hour. Benefits & paid vacation after
one year. Call Shawn (904)237-5098.
RESTAURANT SERVERS over the age
of eighteen to work at The Beach Club at
Summer Beach. Call (904)277-8015.
SPANKY'S now hiring experienced
Servers & Cooks. Fun atmosphere! Call
(904) 261-7100, ask for Management.
RETAIL SALES HELP Weekends.
Unusual Shop. (904)277-9664
RENTAL RESERVATIONIST AND
SECRETARY Full time position,
experienced only. Computer knowledge a
must. Rental and Real Estate office.
Unique Realty. Resume by fax: 261-2228
NOW HIRING PASTRY CHEF Flexible
hours. Starting immediately. Resume
needed. Please call (904)277-6644.


WE HIRE TOP
NOTCH PEOPLE!
NASSAU COUNTY, FL & KINGS BAY, GA

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TEMPS

IMMEDIATE OPENINGS:
Bank Teller
Legal Secretary
Property Manager
Pipefitter
Bookkeeper/Accounting
Clerk
--Insurance Clerk/Agent
EOE/M/F/V/H
Please Call
Dee, Natalie or Mary

904-261-5004
www.satillatemps.com
Serving North Florida &
South Georgia sincel981
17747 SBS 7/27


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iNlow Hiring Management and Crew

Taco Bell in Fernandina Beach has IMMEDIATE openings

Crew Members- Salary starting from $6.75 7.75/hr. Come join our team today!

Assistant Managers- Salary starting from $23,200 29,200/yr
Benefits, 401(K) Retirement, Paid Vacation. (Management Experience Preferred)


Apply; at Taco Bell 1858 'S.tiW A., Ferhfandihna Beah
Email resume to cgregory @ theborder.com
Fax resume to (912) 729-1192 17924tb7.-22


GreaffThm~s Stful llere' AC
BERLL


Express Scripts. a Fortune 1150 Company,
is one year old and still growing' Experience
the excitement of contributing your talents
to one of the country'. largest pharmnacy
benefit management (PBRM) companies We're
a high. successful organization focused
on providing exceptional, compassionate
customer.care ser ices to more than 50
million patients.


Reasons for You to Celebrate
Include:

: Competitive Salar
Health & Dental Insurance
Basic & Supplemental Life I[nurance
-t 1t' k '
SPaid Lraining
Prescription Drug Benefits
Flexible Spending Accounts
Employee Stock Purchase
Tuition Assistance
Employee _Assistance Program
Paid Time Off PTO)
Holiday Pay


If you're ambitious, highly-motivated, and have
a positive attitude, we offer unprecedented
opportunities to expand and accelerate your
service-Oriented career. Customer service
attitude is a must.


Customer Service/
Patient Care Advocates

Full-Time Various Shifts
Part-Time 9 a.m.-i p.m. & 6 p.m.-io p.m.
(Training is part-time too!)


If you're unable to attend our Job Fair, please log on to www.ExpressScriptslobs.com or e-mail
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"Think Ill let that native land agent be my guide."


CURTISS H. LASSERREALESTATE,


CREEKFRONT HOME IN NA.- PIN3 ISLAND) HOM L,,l.. i,,r .ii..;I \ HISORIL DiTRIT ,. I ..:...
.ALrU V IL L E Vtr, r.i..e .c i C, :.r.,- r A , ., i :. ., < .. irl...J. I .. ng. .i.. .. : ..,,.. r. .. .......
two lots, 2-story home with over 2,600 SF. stone hearth fireplace. Large MBR. Remodeling tion work begun. Located one block off Centre &
Over one acre lot. Across from new allowance included. Op, spacious rear yard. Atlantic in an area of where many restorations are
Goffinsville Park. Includes dock & pool. allking place Zoned C-3 allows residential and/or
$650,000 Wilder Blvd. Callto see. $334,000 Fney Island Ct. office/retail. $295,000 23 South lOth St.






DUPLEX Ejch side s rie.rlw [ 1,i FOUR BL,'-i Ks FROIM THE O(:L \N Lc. \VERY NICE HOME At Piratju
SF with 2BR/2 full baths. Large lot 113.5x150+ lots. Private, high elevation/no flood Wood sits on an oversized lot across
z100x12 centralone, many large native trees, very low traffic, no time from the Bells River. Nicely done
100x125, central location. Great floor limit to build- first of 5 lots sold for $325,000. AIA inside with kitchen/dining combo
plan! $279,500 427 South 14thSt. to Simmons Road, west on Simmons,make right intoEgans ith ki endining combo.
Landing. Also two private lots from $329,000. $229,000 Blackbeards Way

MOBILE HOME at Holly Point backs up to DEEP WATER LOT on NASSAU RIVER 15 CITY LOTS a ll ts. Zoned
preservation/wetlands. $81,000 $533,000 d duplexor
PIRATES WOOD LOT on Pirates Point industrial. $3"0M0
Road. $76,500 ONE ACRE LOT Wilson Neck $48,000
9-1 WM S a AV:IF, t "ri mu cDI "H aiNN


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- 200' Hwy. AIA/SR200 Frontage. Rapidly developing
Yulee area next to Miner Road on the north side of
A1A. $850,000
INTERSTATE 95 EXPOSURE AT US 17 GOOD
ASSEMBLAGE POTENTIAL for medium sized site.
Corner location with good access. $395,000
U.S. 17 Location perfect for small business or
office, approx. 1/2 mi. north ofA1A. $225,000


YULEE MINI WAREHOUSE close to 100% 26 +/- ACRES SITE fronting A.I.
occupancy. Opportunity to grow your own Pkwy. High visibility to Ritz-
self storage facility or add new retail/office. Carlton and Plantation traffic.
575' on U.S. 17, total 3.5 acres+/-. Zoned CI ground lease only.
Warehouse on approx. 2 acres. $1.5M
3.3 ACRES 321 ft. frontage on SR200/A1A. One of" i',,^ -r
the best commercial sites on high traffic corridor on
Island. Sewer available. Water nearby. -
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201 Help Wanted 201 Help Wanted


14 SECURIGUAR1 INC.

LOOKING FOR A CHALLENGING NEW CAREER?
APPLY FOR A FULL-TIME OR PART-TIME POSITION
ON THE SECURITY GUARD FORCE AT THE
NAVAL SUBMARINE BASE, KINGS BAY, GA

STARTING SALARY $9.09 $13.09
Applicants must meet the following requirements:
Minimum 1 year of full-time verifiable Security/Law
Enforcement Experience or Graduate of a recognizable Law
Enforcement Academy. Will also accept Military Veterans
with Honorable Discharges.
U.S. Citizenship
Minimum 21 years of age
Possess a High School Diploma or GED
Possess a Valid U.S. Driver's License
No Criminal Record
Applicants are required to pass a physical exam, drug screen,
background check and a physical fitness assessment.
For further information Please Call (912) 576-8695
Or
Apply in Person
4499 Hwy. 40 East, Suite C
St. Marys, GA 31558
GREAT BENEFITS AVAILABLE:
MEDICAL COVERAGE, PAID VACATION, PAID HOLIDAYS, 401K PLAN,
TRAINING PROGRAMS, INCENTIVE & AWARD PROGRAMS,
REFERRAL BONUS, PROMOTION OPPORTUNITIES


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I 201 Help Wanted 1
Landscape Installation, Maintenance,
and Irrigation Posiltlon Available
Immaedltely Apply at 474431 E, State
Road 200 (AIA) eo phone 261-5040,

ationd 'l ,1 .11 i '. l ] h ,,, I-
wknds, ,'ii, 1 p aron, First Coast Car'
Wash, :.. I
fslA -lll; I:ASINO '. h,,..,., r -\--r
in peron so '177 -. I,-, i F', nmi .iiii
Beah, M=-- 9am-=4pm,
PAR)t- iMit NANNY/ITIUUSCKLEPLH --
Fer oncin e-.. s11 i I'*itol *i '*.i J
ii- fff. iANACrf NEEDED for
lr,,ri l.1111, il il'l, IJy' office. Full
Il-ili lll : I-, ir 11"" hiI ( )' 1 I 1ia III .' ,
il.ti:i NIAL Ob rOIRtMAN .i..,, r.
Advaen meent,-, i i' ij,'.,' ..,iou.
LI ) fh1f1PfN(l l UPFnfVISORS.
f ,, ,,i -, this positiln at our Amelia
I'l o i .,,:l[h,0ll '. ... .i i pay.



, lel Island'
Plantationeo ,
Exciting career
opportunities await you!
Maintenance Tech
Warehouse Person
Laundry Driver
Security
Housekeepers
For more information contact:
Human Resources
Employment & Recruitment
904.277.5919
P.O. Box 3000 Amelia Iland, FL
32035.3000
www.aipfl.com
Great Benefits and Perks!
EOE and Drug Free Workplace


I 201 Help Wanted I
EXP'D ONLY OFFICE HELP QuickBooks
exp. & construction knowledge a plus.
Call (904)225-0959.
ELIZABETH POINTE LODGE Weekend
P/T front desk to do night audit 3pm-
11pm + mid shift 12 noon-8pm. Please
apply In person, 98 S. Fletcher Ave.
RETAIL STORE MANAGER NEEDED -
Centre Street. Full time, Fax resume to
(904)32141796.
Vehicle Maintenance &
Groundskeeper Needed to start
Immediately. Must have valid driver's
license & transportation. $9 per hour.
Call (904)491-4383.
FRAMERS NEEDED
Good pay for experience. Call
(904)382-0191, Andrew Watkins.
Watkins Carpentry, Inc.


WOODY'S



NOW HIRING
FOR
GRAND OPENING
FERNANDINA BEACH
474323 S.R. 200
FULL-TIME
PART-TIME
SMILING FACES
FOR
PREP COOKS
& KITCHEN
!Exciting Environment

CALL MON. FRI. 9-5
(904) 206-4046
FOR AN APPOINTMENT
WoodysBarBQ.com


1 201 Help Wanted I
SEEKING- hardworking mechanically
inclined person for assistant mechanic
position. Also, personnel for grounds
maintenance. Royal Amelia Golf Club,
491-8500.

204 Work Wanted i

METAL & SHINGLE ROOFS/DECKS
INSTALLED Additions, Home Repair, All
Type Carpentry. For quote, call Jim
(904)583-3485.
Wanted To Do Cleaning Residential,
rental or commercial, Quality first class
cleaning guarantee. Licensed & insured.
Call April or Betty (904)225-8663 or
(904)583-3672.


I 06 Child Care |
CHILD CARE Light housekeeping. Part-
time evenings 3:30-8:30pm M-F. Reliable
automobile. Responsible references
required. Send to PO Box 16628, FB
32035.


1306 Lessons/Classes
COMPUTER CLASSES
Age 8 to 80. Held at Peck Center or your
home. It's easy when you know how!
Call Jan, 583-2870.
OIL PAINTING CLASSES being taught
at The Gallery in Femandina 7/29 & 7/30
from 9am-12pm. Bob Ross & traditional
painting. Classes also In Jacksonville. For
information call Maureen at (904)757-
0224 or (904)434-1849.


502 Livestock
& Supplies
WE BUY, SELL & HAUL LIVESTOCK
B&H Farm, Yulee, FL
(904)753-1526
503 Pets/Supplies I
House of Pets/Cards Sales
throughout. Hamsters, gerbils, guinea
pigs free with cage purchase. Guinea
Pigs $14.88. Parakeets $9.88. Gerbils -
5/$5. Hamsters $3.00. Wednesday sale -
up to 50% off. Open Daily 131 So. 8th.
261-5311
FREE TO GOOD HOME Male Lab mix,
10 mos., great with older kids. (904)321-
1306 or 556-6126


I 503 Pets/Supplies I
AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERDS AKC, shots,
3 females/4 males, $600. (904)266-9082
Free To Good Home 12 wk old black &
white male kitten. Very playful & loving. If
interested please call Anita or Amanda,
225-9934.
FREE DOGS Adult Lab mixes, yellow
male & black female. Friendly, but must
downsize pets. Call anytime (904)261-
3039.



1 601 Garage Sales
HUGE MULTI-FAMILY Sat. 7/30, 7am-
12pm. 1796 Mobley Heights Rd. (off CR
107). All proceeds will be donated to
Jeannie's Jungle Wildlife Rehab. Help save
our wildlife.


Now Serving Nassau County From

our New Yulee Career Services Center.

WorkSource can provide the tools for you to advance to the next step in your career path. *"
* Resume help High-Speed Internet Access Current labor market information
* Career transition assistance Recruiting Events


Job Fair

Wednesday, August 3, 2005

9AM-12Noon

For more information call us at (904) 432-0009 or \ isit us at:
96042 Lofton Square Court in Yulee.

You can also visit us on the web at: W ORKc ur se
www.worksourcefl.com.


SERVICE DIRECTORY.


A1T;F. RATIONS _






24 HOUR IlAUNDRY ZONE
8 FLAGS CINEMA CEMER1018 S.14TH ST. FERNANDSIA 2772451


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BALED STRAW


JOHN'S BALED
PINE STRAW
Locally Owned & Operated
Home Delivery

277-0738


CLEANING SERVICE


HONEY DO'S
CLEANING
& HANDYMAN SERVICE
277-2824 or 904-583-0012 cea
Licensed. Bonded & Insured
Homes Condo's Rentals offices
We Do Windows
Inside & Out Cleaning
CALL CATHY DURANCE


PERFECT CLEAN, INC.,

*Bonded, Insured -O S
Please Call Us At 753-3067 "-"'
HOMES CONDOS
* OFFICES




LEANING sSEACE
Residential / Commercial
Licensed Bonded Insured
Member AIFB Chamber
FREE ESTIMATES
904-491-1971 Cell: 904-742-8430
E-mail: justforyouserv@aol.com


Residentid Commercid Offices Licens


CIS Cleaning Service
"'Eaerience the Dferenwe in Cleaning"'
FRE2E 'ES11IYlES
Sfurada or Charne 904-377-7116


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CONSTRUCTION I


Si .to R ipq B iluniig Coniar3,'lor
40 Years Experience '
Liceased Insured
State Licensed RB0055959
HEW HOMES COMMERCIlaL
ROOM ADDITIONS
GQULITY GQARflNTEED
2-Car Garages
1 4,995"













6" Seamless
Aluminum Gutters
Now Accepting Major Credit Cards
LICENSED & INSURED Lowell & Renee Duster
(904)261-1940










- ~CONCRETE 1


NICK ISABELLA, INC.
Color and Stamped Patios,
Driveways, Sidewalks, Slabs
Now doing Concrete Overlays
andcConcrete Staining
L LICENSE D694 e


THIS SPACE AVAILABLE
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Service Directory!
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out how to put your
advertising dollars
to work for you!


DECKS & DOCKS_


ISLAND

DECKS & DOCKS
We Specialize in All Types
of Bulkheads and
Retaining Walls
FREE ESTIMATES
LICENSED-BONDUD--INSURED
904-753-6301


DECORATIVE CONCRETE 1 H OME IMPROVEMENT


--- Advanced Concrete
STechnologies a ,
I Taking Concrete In a New Olrecton





GARDEN CENTER


BRIDGEVIEW
Nursery & Garden Center
LargX'arietyot Plahits
*Trees *Concrete
*Bulk Cypress
& Rubber Mulch
*Pinestraw 'Pottery
*Indoor Plants
FREE DELIVERY
Our Staff is eager to help with all
your gardening needs.
4245 State Road 200 (A1A)
Call 261-3410

HIONE IMPROVEMENT ]


Manley's
Renovations
Master Carpentry
Interior & Exterior Trim
Siding
SDecks
Ceramic Tile
*Painting
Framing
Additions
Over 30 Years Experience,
Manley Deloach
904-491-4449
www.manleysrenovations.com
License #0f-302



Atlantic
Custom

Exteriors
Screen Room and Pool
Enclosures
Florida Rooms
Vinyl Siding
Hurricane Shutter
Replacement Windows
904-321-1968 Office
904-206-1334 Cellular
Licensed & Insured
Locally Owned & Operated
Lic.# SCh 1311 49639


Flip Flops

"use what you have"
decorating, interior
painting, color selection,
organizing, prep. for sale,
move in help, vacation
home makeovers, etc.
Lisa Inglle
557-1151
Licensed / Insured


CUSTOM CABINETS
WINDOW & DOOR REPLACEMENT,
HANDINAN SERVICES PAINTING
TRIM CARPENTRY
NO JOB TOO SMALL! SCOTT RUDOLPH
LICENSED & INSURED 904-557-3100


CREATIVE SERVICES
& FENCE CO, INC.
Licensed & Insured,
Locally Owned & Operated
Fencing Chain Link / Privacy
Home Repairs Concrete Repairs
Pressure Washing Gutter Cleaning
Wood Work
Free Estimates
Office: 904-225-2366
Cell Phone: 904-703-5022


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LANDSCAPING


Bob's Irrigation
& Landscape, Inc.
Sales Service Repair
*Irrigation -Landscape
*Lawn Maintenance
*Outdoor Lighting
*Drainage
eTractor-Loader Work
*Sodding all types
Quality work since 1987
Design Installation Renovations,
Call for Quotes or Service
.261-5040


Sandigger
Irrigation, Inc.


Sprinkler Systems
Installations. Spring Tune-Ups
Maintenance Plans Landscape Lighting
Repairs & Expansions
Well Pump Testing
Call Today for Your Free Estimate!
(9041 225-1221
Licensed & Insured
Visa/Mastercard

LAWN SERVICE ]



CLEAN Cuoo
LAWN MAINTENANCE
FREE ESTIMATES
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES INCLUDE:
TRIM, EDGE, BLOW, MOW, ETC...
RANDYJOHNSTON
3523 1ST AVE,. FEERNANDINA BCH., FL 32034
PHONE 904.-277-3536 CELL: 904-556-1359


L__ WN SERVICE .

LAWN MAINTENANCE
Free & a Local Service
Estimates Uicensed
commweai & Insured
Resdential
Specializing in: *One me Clean ps
.Property Maintenance One Tme Clean Ups
SIrrigation *New Spnng Specials
753-0747 CALL NOW!


A & A Lawn
Maintenance &
Pressure Washing:
Residence / Commercial
Weed & Bed
*rci t-';t.,7- : ,." :
(H) (904) 556-9370
(C) (904) 54s-7610
,'.,,, o ,1 i -l rca rds

I MOBILE CAR DETAILING

Get Your Shine On
MOBILE DETAILING
& PRESSURE WASHING
Cars Houses Boats
Driveways etc.
Laura or Ben
904-813-3367


MIOLD


(904) 753-4124
(904) 261-9240
James W. Cason
Amelia Environmental
Systems, Inc.

NEW & USED CARS


Herschel Reynolds Chris Lowe
Sales Consultant Sales Consultant



CHEVROLET BUICK
PONTIAC GMC
464054 SR 200 Yulee



PAINTING___



Quh.t) V,'irk .it
reasonable pi'e'
No job to'' niIll ,_i toI' lirie
Licensed Bonded Insutried
References -V' aihl!c
FREE ESTIMBiE r22) ) 2
AVAILABLE E A


The Art; of
Deception
Decorative Painting
& Faux Finishes
"The Cure for Plain White Walls"
Patty Spaulding 904-261-5798


PRESSURE WASHING

PRESSURE WASHING
RAY O'ROURKE
Houses Trailers Patios
Driveways etc.
Roofs
Wood Decks Cleaned & Resealed
FREE ESTIMATES
261-4353


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.- ROOFING


C COASTAL BUILDING


S"Re.Roofing Is Our Specialty"
Nassau County's Largest
Roofing & Siding Contractor
: Serving Satisfied
Homebuilders & Homeowners
Since 1993
Re-Roofing NewRoofing
SVinyl Siding Soffit & Fascia
S 261-2233
SFree Estimates
CCC-057020-CBC034461.
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TILE NLAINTENANCE


TAMI, '--'
r 753-2457 *, .

Rainbow Tile I Home mivite
"Od Til Liej. ei"
Tile Iristallation


Replacing
Regrouting / Sealing
Acid Wash Cleaning


Recalking
Bathrooms / Kitchens
Interior/ Exterior


TOP SOIL___


FRED LONG
Top Soil -Sand & Gravel -Fill Dirt
Hauling -Tractor Work
Bush Hog Grading

TRUCKING
(904) 261-5098


i TRACTOR work.

BUSH HOGGING
BOX BLADE WORK
PRESSURE WASHING
CEILING FANS
INSTALLED
Shawn DeLuca 225-5654

TRIE SERVICE
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YOUNGS TREE SERVICE
STUMP REMOVAL
Over 20 Years Exp.
Member of B.B.B.
Free Estimates.
904-430-0591
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directly to your home or business. See page 2A for more details.


INTRODUCING OUR NEWEST OFFiER.ING:
THE PRESERVE AT SUMMER 6B ACH

RESALES NOW AVAILABLE


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TOWNHOMES


DON'T LET YOUR ISLAND
G E TAWAY GET AWAY.


Resales Available
Starting at $394,900

If you could design the ideal island getaway, Harrison
Cove Villas at Summer Beach would be it. Luxurious two-
and three-bedroom villas are within walking distance of h' dI.;
the beach, golf, tennis, nature trails and more. Included in i i
the price, on some units, is membership in the Golf Club
of Amelia Island, with its magnificent seaside course and "fVI
ocean front Beach Club. With special
preconstruction pricing, this is one *
island getaway you K
won't want to let get away. ...'"." A ,i, H,

5456 First Coast Highway i Amelia Island, FL 32034
..... .'. ',0 _... '22 744A 904,'61.0624 r!-.-,v ,v*.s.utnmerheif.h.A oPX>Y,



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LUXURY AT ITS BEST
Three-story townhome, stone
floors, granite countertops.
3BR/3BA, 3,200 ASF. Dock to the
Intracoastal.
$1,250,000 MLS# 34478

I ... .


THE VILLAS
at SUMMER BEACH
Desirable end unit, 3BR/3.5BA,
2,100 SF, many wonderful
upgrades. $599,000 MLS# 35076


1849 CLINCH DRIVE
Pristine marshfront lot on


Amelia Island.


Century old


native trees and beautiful
views. $989,000 MLS# 34623


Excellent location. 3BR/2BA
villa, steps to the beach. This
furnished unit is excellent as a
family retreat or as a vacation


rental, $449,900 MLS# 33994
Summer Beach is our address not our boundary!


MAIN SALES OFFICE SUMMER
(800) 322-7448 BERA
(904) 261-0624 Amelia Island, Florida


CALL ANY OF OUR SALES AGENTS
MARCY MOCK
ENRIQUE IGUINA
ANDREW SANDS
BRENDA SLATER


5456 First Coast Highway Amelia Island, FL 32034


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BEAUTIFUL INTRACOASTAL
TOWNHOME
3,322 SF, gorgeous appointments.
Community dock. Golf Club of
Amelia Island Membership includ-
ed. $1,125,000 MLS# 32730


CARLTON DUNES
PENTHOUSE
The epitome of luxury,
oceanfront unit with south-
ern exposure. $2,200,000
MLS# 32541


4704 YACHTSMAN DRIVE
Supreme living nestled on this private
lot in Golfside South. Beautifully
appointed quality construction with
lots of extras. 3BR/2.5BA, office featur-
ing wonderful built-ns, screened lanai,
like new!. $749,900 MLS# 34962


CARLTON DUNES
Expansive oceanfront views,
very private, includes extra
garage, $1,950,000 MLS# 33596


Summer Beach is our address not our boundary!
MAIN SALES OFFICE ONUMMER CALL ANY OF OUR SALES AGENTS
i\ REALTY ANDREW SANDS
(904) 261-0624 Amelia Island, Florida BRENDA SLATER
5456 First Coast Highway Amelia Island, FL 32034










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601 Garage Sales ]
YARD SALE Sat. 7/30, 8am-11am.
Cleaning house: clothes, toys, some
furniture, personal items. 2943 Pinedale
Road (off Bailey Road).
MOVING SALE Sat. 7/30, 8:30am till
after 5:00). Good cond. sofa, chairs,
dining rm. set, entertainment center
w/insert, PS 2 games, clothes, Yugioh
cards, Nissan Maxima 2001, 60,000 miles.
Worthington Dr. (Page Hill subd.)
(904)548-0143
HUGE 6-FAMILY YARD SALE 502 &
504 S. 17th St. Thurs., Fri. & Sat., 8am-
5pm. Motorcycle jack, stereo for '93 Vette,
lamps, antique BR set, couch, sleeper
sofa, recliner, tires & rims for Corvette,
bikes, toys, household items, clothes,
table & chairs, dinette set, '02 Main Street
Kawasaki 1500, '97 Jeep Wrangler, small
freezer, patio chairs & more. (904)753-
6179
FINAL MOVING SALE 305 N. 14th
ST. Everything must go. No
reasonable offer refused. Items include
big screen TV, 3 desks, large filing
cabinet, dining table & chairs,
bookshelves, Jaguar memorabilia,
queen size bed & bedding, camper,
1999 Van, & lots more. Sat. 7/30,
9am-2pm. NO EARLY BIRDS.


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AMELIA ISLAND CARE CENTER
IS CURRENTLY SEEKING PERSONS
FOR THE FOLLOWING POSITIONS:
QMRP Qualified Mental Retardation Professional
Full-time position in ICF/DD. Degree in social science or related field and
2 years experience in human services required. Caseload of approx. 20.
Good benefits & competitive salary.
GROUP HOME ASSISTANTS
FT/PT positions available in both group homes. Assist and train people in
self-care and household skills. Prefer individuals with home healthcare or
group home training or experience.
RLA Resident Living Assistants
Will assist clients in all areas of daily living and self-care duties.
RSM Residential Service Managers
Full-time positions available for first line supervisors. Supervisory experi-
ence in health care/residential setting with challenged individuals desired.
THERAPY TECH
Experience in therapeutic positioning and ROM exercise. Need 2 years with
the developmentally disabled with associates degree preferred.
COOK FT POSITIONS (I la-7:30p)
H.S. diploma/GED required. Prefer person with experience in quantity food
preparation and supervisory potential.
PHYSICAL THERAPIST
Consultant with experience in assistive technology adaptive/supportive
equipment and wheelchair modifications. Requires current Florida licensure.
DRIVER (Full-Time Position)
Valid Driver's License, clean MVR and company approved defensive driving
course.
Apply to:
AMELIA ISLAND CARE CENTER
2700 Atlantic Avenue Fernandina Beach, FL 32034
(904) 261-5518
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plus garden bath. This home has over 2,800 SF of living area. M
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Premier Location In North Hampton overlooking golf New Listingl Amelia Island Charmer only 2 blocks from the
course & lake. ICl quality with split bedroom plan. jetted ocean, located on a cul-de-sac. 2/2 plus 2 dens, 2-car garage,
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Steps to the Oceanl. Beautiful home in move-in condition features 10' ceilings, crown molding in LR,
DR, kitchen & breakfast nook. Plantation shutters, gas fireplace in LR & MBR, outside shower, won-
derful screened porch with gas stub-out connection for grilling. I year newA/C. $529,900 #35410
derful screened porch with gas stub-out connection for grilling. I year newA/C. $529,900 #35410


3BR/2BA doublewide with I,152 ASE ,
Approximately I year new metal
roof. Bedrooms have walk-in closets.
Above ground pool, large treed lot.
$75,000 #35389




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$329,000 SITUATED ON OVER 2 ACRES! 5
bedroom home gives plenty of room for a family.
20x40 pool gives everyone a place to come togeth-
er. 2 car garage plus 30x40 detached brick garage.


acre parcel that is
creek that runs
el may make an
buyer looking for
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OCEANFRONT Amelia By The Sea,
#335 2BR/2BA 3RD floor condo with pri-
vate fishing pier, tennis courts, community
"pool, recently remodeled unit includes new
kitchen cabinets, carpet, tile flooring and
appliances. Beautiful ocean views. $569,900
#35191


MARSHFRONT LOT Piney Island -
Beautiful cul-de-sac lot, approximately
1.9 acres, on Lanceford Creek in Piney
Island. This large lot is ideal for the per-
son wanting privacy and a lot large enough
to accommodate nearly any floor plan.
$299,000 #34050


EGANS BLUFF HOME- 2,382 SF heated,
3BR/2.5BA, superior bluff lot, oak floors,
MBR downstairs, double fireplace, built-ins.
Large, cozy sunroom overlooking preserva-
tion area, large kitchen and breakfast area,
formal DR, many more features. $499,000
#34618


PRIME US. 17 ACREAGE Prime 4.8 NORTH HAMPTON 86089 Hampton
acres Zoned CG, located on U.S. 17 South, Bays Dr. Premium 95' wide lot is lakefront in
just a few minutes south of AlA intersection, back and preservation area on west side of home.
Includes profitable RV trailer campground. Spacious 4BR/3.5BA expanded Savannah model
Adjoining 3.47 acres also currently available, with over 2,750 SF. Separate bonus room with
Don't miss out on this investment opportunity private balcony & lake view, 1l floor office, great
in this high growth area. $1,100,000 #34064 kitchen & breakfast area. $472,000 #35395


OCEANFRONT Amelia By The Sea,
Unit 220 3BR/2BA condo offers private
pier fishing, community pool and tennis,
courts. Remodeled interior this unit
shows really nice, offers great rental
income potential. $632,000 #34866
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BEAUTIFUL HOME IN WILSON NECK AREA
85622 Ashley Avenue Country living at its best.
Popular split bedroom plan. Over 1,900 SF of living
space, 20x22 kitchen with Sears Elite appliances,
30x46 workshop area, and 24x26 garage. Great
home situated on I acre with over 50 fruit & citrus
trees, plus huge garden area. $249,000 #35062









CORAL SANDS Oceanfront 2BR
condo with prime comer top floor
location for the best views of the
beach. Beautifully decorated. Great
investment or second home.
$438.000 #34197


FOUR LOTS AVAILABLE! One on tidal creek
frontage. 1/2 to I acre lots bordering Goffinsville Park
& within walking distance to public boat ramp located
on the Nassau River. #34654,34655,34656,34658


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$249,900 GRAND VICTORIA MODEL with
many upgrades. Open spacious plan provides privacy.
Huge walk-in closet in MBR. Office nook. Florida room
leads to flagstone patio. Beautiful landscaping. #35078


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$245,000 COME SEE THIS GREAT HOME! $199,900 CHARMING CEDAR ranch on I
3BR/2BA w/bonus room. Located in Meadowfield. acre! Open floor plan with kitchen overlooking fam-
Space for a growing family. Crown molding, fireplace ily room. Master bedroom features bay window &
in great room, nice deck overlooking private fenced walk-in closet. Garden tub in master bath. Spacious
backyard. #35166 screen room to enjoy summer evenings. #35046


$133,000 JUST WHAT A LARGE FAMILY
NEEDS! High and dry I+ acre lot with 4 large bed-
rooms, 2 large entertainment rooms (family and liv-
ing rooms) and a large eat-in kitchen. #35140
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$124,900 SPACIOUS DOUBLEWIDE with 5BRs can
accommodate a large family or provide lots of privacy for a
small one. Large fish pond & I-year-old above-ground pool.
Ceiling fans throughout. 12x35 screened porch. #34799


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665 3BR/2BA condo with private fishing
pier, community pool and tennis court. This
unit has been remodeled and offers exciting
ocean & beach views. Investment rental, per-
fect for 1031 exchange. $635,000 #34775


PINEY ISLAND 210 Piney Island Dr.
3BR/2BA with approx. 1,515 SF, brick exte-
rior, new roof, new carpet ordered, freshly
painted inside, lots of tile flooring, over .6
acre. Quiet community located just a few
minutes drive from Amelia Island and its
beaches. $244,900 #34924


MAGNOLIA SQUARE Distinctive
Victorian style homes located in an adjoining
Fernandina Beach Historic District. Many
upgrades as standard: wood flooring, Corian
counters in kitchen, fireplace, tiled bathrooms,
much more.
Pre-construction starting at $475,000.


2+ ACRES WITH BUILDING being renovated or purchase 'as is' and do it yourself. Zoned Cl. North on U.S. 1. $387,000 #34777
7+ ACRES VACANT LAND on North U.S. 1, zoned Cl. Already cleared and ready to build. $775,000 #34782
70+ ACRES ON STRATTON & IRVIN ROAD Perfect for developing or building an Estate Home. Property has some flood plain, near the creek
in the back of the property. #34780


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and 220 amp service. Large, 3-car garage, sprinkler system, security system & 384 feet on Lanceford
Creek! Visit the virtual tour at www.tayloredwards.com. $3,389,000 #32190


CLUB VILLA at Amelia Island
Plantation! Rare end unit with southern
exposure! 3BR/3BA, 1,890 sq.ft. and sold
fully furnished! Beautiful views of golf
course, marsh & lagoon!
$495,000 #34565


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MARSH HEN LANE 2.7 ACRE PRIVATE
ESTATE! Located ljuS off Aclija I'land
3BR.'3BA. 3.9,5 sq ft.. tile floors. 2 brick fire-
places. ood-rstoe. lacuzzi cub. formal LR and
DR, breakfast room. stud,, and v'.,orkroom'
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FIDDLER'S BEND!
Beautifully renovated villa located on
Amelia Island Plantation! 3BR,.3BA. all
appliances, enclosed Florida room and
outstanding %ie%% of marsh and IC'\V!
$405.000 #34957


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HISTORIC FERNANDINA BEACH!
\ jctorian home circa I.S1x. located in Histonc
Fernandina Beach Home is. full of historN and
charm ... heart of pine tloor.-. 3 fireplaces %kith
mantle, and ceramic ries. Queen Anne stained
,lasjs windoa-'. nea. roof. CH&A and electrical
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in Ocean Forest % ith easN access to bike trails.
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CELEBRATION BAPTIST CHURCH Flea
Market Rummage Sale 8/13, Miner Rd.
Vendors needed. $10 per space or donate
items for the sale. For information call
225-0777. Proceeds Mission Trip.
MOVING SALE Fri. 7/29 & Sat. 7/30,
8:30am-2pm. Furniture, antiques, gas
grill, complete set of china, & wide variety
of household items. 2832 Park Square
Place E., Egans Bluff III.
BIG SALE Moving. Lots of furniture,
clothes, bric-a-brac. 1517 Atlantic Ave.
Fri. 7/29 & Sat. 7/30, 8am-2pm.
MOVING SALE All must go! Computer
desk, table w/4 chairs, spreader, dryer, &
more. Glen Laurel off Chester Rd. in Yulee,
96632 Sweetbriar Ln. Sat. 7/30, 8am-?
YARD SALE Furniture, Broyhill crib,
antiques, 3-6 yr. good toys,
summer/winter designer clothes (girl 6,
boy 4), surfboard, household. All good
cond. Sat. 7/30, 8am-? Rain 8/6. 223 N.
4th St. (downtown Fernandina).
YARD SALE 311 North 18th St. Thurs.
7/28, Fri. 7/29 & Sat. 7/30, 8am-? Kayak
$300, and other great stuff!
YARD SALE Sat. 7/30, 9am-? 527
Sunset Road (off Bailey Road).
Glassware, copper, brass, knick-knacks,
clothes, shoes, bedspreads, other
household items.


S GOLFSIDE SOUTH. .
3BR/3BA with office or4th BR. r,:.
family room and heated pool. Su -,, ,.:
kitchen &on golf course. $750.000


FOR SALE '64 Falcon, (904)261-1801.
LAWN SALE 7/21 ? at 407 Beech St.
FRI. 7/29 & SAT. 7/30 8am-lpm.
Household stuff, TV cabinet, computer
table w/chair, & lots of misc. 84030 St.
Paul Blvd. (in Yulee, Lofton Oaks
subdivision).
HUGE GARAGE SALE Furniture,
knickknacks, clothing. Sat. & Sun., 9am-
5pm. 86012 John St., in Yulee close to
Felmore Rd. to Williams St. to John St.
Follow signs.

602 Articles for Sale I
Refrigerator, white, side-by-side, good.
condition, $200/OBO. Outboard motor,
Mercury 20HP, pull start, 60's vintage,
with 5 gal. gas tank, runs?, $275/OB0.
(904)415-1374 or (904)321-0582
MAHOGANY DINING TABLE 8 chairs,
buffet, china cabinet. $2500. Will move
locally. (904)261-6258 or 753-0334
Refrigerator in very good condition,
$150/OBO. (2) Portable Dishwashers -
$75/ea./OBO. Call (904)277-9688.
White PalmCasual Patio Furniture -
Round table, 4 chairs, couch w/2
ottomans. All with aqua- blue cushions.
Matching umbrella. $350. Call (904)261-
6891.
RIDING MOWER, SELF PROPELLED,
push, chipper/shredder, washer/dryer.
Some small engine repair. BUY, SELL,
TRADE. (904)225-8999.
DOUBLE STACK PIZZA Oven, dough
roller, pizza pans, only 4 months old. Call
(904)557-3782.

602 Articles for Sale
SOFAS, LOVESEAT, OVERSTUFFED
chair, coffee tables, end table, kid's bike,
Usborne educational books. 335-0842/
491-5992
HWY. 17 N. FLEA MARKET open
Thursday thru Sunday, 7am-Spm.
Approx. 3 blocks N. of the AlA
intersection on Hwy. 17. Buyers & sellers
needed. 548-7297


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3329 FAIRWAY OAKS
' Spl' al nJ un *n r Ihc r ...ll ,.. .ut': ,: I
, Amelia Plantation affords extra light.
Refurbished baths and enclosed den with
view. $375,000


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9 Hickory Lane: This 3BR/3BA attractive home is to be builton a
full-sized wooded lot onaquietculde-sac. Home featuresan open
and airy floor plan, large master suite with walk-in closets & bath
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Iwin vanities,,tiled shower & large garden tub. Enjoy towering
oaks & pines from your screened lanai. $675,000


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Beachwood Siubdivision and within walking distance of the most desirable cul-de-sacs in the Plantation. Cozy
to the health & fitness center and the beach. 3BR/3BA 01 -,...ll -, ,i ,-, u,- ,- .... ...,, ii.-,,.
open floor plan with dining room, great room and i.,ii.... -.- ..:, r .,,...... ,;,.
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152 Long Point Dr., Designed by Arthur Rutenberg this3BR/3BA
home has approx. 3359 SF + 691 SF on the lanai and is located on
the 6th fairway of Long Pointgolf course. Upstairsbonus room, 10-
12 ft ceilings, crown molding 42" Isokem fireplace with a flush
hearth, Magdoc water filtration system & 3-car garage. $1,150,000

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the view. Exclusive opportunity for those who only want
the best location. This 4BR/5.5BA home is in the exclu-
sive Long Point community. And to complete this dream
come true, a deep water boat access slip. $1,750,000

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for kids & family entertaining. Enjoy your time at the pool,
by the fireplace or sitting on the back porch that has a pri-
vate wooded view. Numerous windows allow an abun-
dant amount of natural light. $679,000








12 Billid k ingr',.. r r J .u r citr 1 .. I t.; iMlh .:.l- r Ih..
beautiful Oak Marsh Golf Course, this 4BR/4BA home
offers the relaxed lifestyle that has made AIP so popular.
Enjoy your beautiful view from your patio with access









l Green 'hinged T il Th. unique l(\ 5I'ra
home is double the pleasure. Located minutes
from the beach, backing up to a,,green space,
and a step off of the scenic bike path, you are
entertained by nature. $1,290,000
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baths offers the relaxation your heart desires, The views of Harrison Creek & the ICW, 4,200 SF of custom glass door to the foyer area of this
view of the Intracoastal can be seen from many Plantation living, nestled In a quiet cul-de-sac of Red beautiful 3BR/3.5BA estate. Enjoy, the mar-
rooms through large Pellae sliding glass doors, Cedar Road, Vaulted ceilings, large skylights; large velous view of the Oak Marsh Golf Course #4
The large living room has high wood-beam ceil- swimming pool and 2-car garage. $1,578,000 fairway. $985,000
wings and marble fireplace. Enjoy the expansive
view and access to the deck. $1,500,000



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Peal state Sales

800-597-8108
Visit our website at uww.aipfl.com/realestate Prices subject to change without notice.
Equal Housing Opportunity. Obtain the Property Report required by federal law and read It before signing anything. No federal agency has judged the merits or
value, If any, of this property. Void as an offering In New York, New Jersey and all other states where prohibited by law. All sales shall be made In the offices of
the Amelia Island Corporation. 2003 Amelia Island Plantation.


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609 Appliances
17 Cu. Ft. GE Refrigerator with Ice
maker, 8 yrs. old, $145. Call (904)327-
7750.

610 Air Conditioners
/Heating
HEAT/COOL WINDOW Units. Used all
sizes w/warranty. Repairs to central &
window AC's. Refrigerators & freezers.
Kish's (904) 225-9717. We buy window
A/C's.

1611 Home FurnishingsI
42" Glasstop table, 4 chairs, black/SN,
$350. (3) LR glasstop tables, $150. 9x12
oriental rug, $500. Bakers rack, $125.
(All OBO). 225-8584 or cell 583-2721.
36" vanities, $100. Teak bar, $250.
Armoire, $500. 32" Panasonic TV, $250.
Love seat, $500. Call (904)491-0405.
RATTAN TABLE 42", off white, w/glass
top & 4 chairs. Excellent condition. $250.
(904)491-8534

617 Machinery
Tools & Equip.
LAWN MAINTENANCE COMPANY
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS SALE! Fully
outfitted service trailer, all equipment in
very good condition, $5000. Also, an '89
Ford F350 dually king cab, great to pull
service trailer, good condition, $5200/
OBO. Call 753-6002. Visa/MC accepted.

1624 Wanted To Buyi
I BUY JUNK CARS '- & tow vehicles in
Nassau, Duval & surrounding counties.
Cash. paid. Warren Womac (904)879-
1190, leave message & I'll return your
call.



1701 Boats & Trailersi
1990 21' MAKO 200 Merc. Call
(904)261-5125. .


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703 Sports Equipment
Sales
WINDSURFING GEAR FOR SALE -
Beginner to advanced gear. Mistral, F2,
Chinook, to name some. Please call
(904)415-3863 or (904)225-5815.
HUNTING CLUB MEMBERS NEEDED -
3300 acres off of Pages Dairy & Chester
Road. Still hunting only. Limited
openings. For more information call Bruce
at (904)226-2639.

1 704 Recreation Vehicles
4-WHEELER 2004 Yamaha Bruin 350.
Auto, 2WD. $2,000. Call (904)225-8043.
1992 Class A Fleetwood Bounder -
Low miles, great shape, very clean. Need
to sell as we can't keep it at our new
home. $15,750/OBO. Call Len, (904)509-
3524.

705 Campers & Supplies
FOR SALE 1990 Viking Pop-Up Camper.
3 twin beds, refrigerator, stove, spare tire,
A/C. In good condition. $1,800. Call Jeff





802 Mobile Homes
FOR SALE 1.25 acres with pond, double
wide mobile home needs work. Must sell.
$71,000. Call (904)777-4772.
FOR SALE BY OWNER 2 acre lot with
two singlewide mobile homes on Chester
Rd. Rental income of $1,100/mo.
$125,000. (904)583-2009


1804 Amelia Island Homesi
AMELIA PARK townhome on Park Ave.
3BR/2.5BA + loft. Fresh paint. New
carpet, tile & countertops. Granny flat
above 2-car garage. $220/sf. (2100 sq.
ft.) $462,000. (904)491-5435
AMELIA PARK TOWNHOME for rent. 2
Master BR suites, 2.5 baths, 2 car garage,
patio, security system, 1600 sq. ft.,
$1200/mo. Available 8/1. Call 277-4453
or 206-1198.
3BR/2.5BA 2-Story townhome in Island
Village, FSBO. FL room, 2nd floor
study/office, gas fireplace. In excellent
condition. Fruit trees in yard. 261-3525,
415-1708
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DUPLEX Mother in law suite, 3BR/3BA, N EW S\
large backyard, jacuzzi. Must see!
(904)261-1178 LE/\ lER
BEAUTIFUL WATERFRONT HOME -
Great location on Amelia Island. 2159sf,
3/2, spacious open floor plan, a must see,
co-op. $429,900. Call Sherrie (904)814-
2892 Virtual tour: www.amelia-home.com
ISLAND HOME 3BR/2BA. New
Fenced yard, quiet neighborhood. *A
$150,000. Call 261-6868 or 415-2999. TY
TOWNHOME GREAT LOCATION on EiEC[JTI VEl
island. 3/2.5, many extras, incl. fully
glassed sunroom/bonus rm/very low
maint. .7 miles to beach. FSBO $279,000.
(904)277-8058/904-335-0624.
CUTE HOME Great condition. 3/1, close i_ ;
to shopping, schools, nice fenced yard.
$163,000. Gay Browne, RE/MAX
Specialists (904)703-4265. CALL M E FOR 0


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l l' eevtor.superb ocean views. Light & bright
Switch saturnia marble & wood flooring,
S' cross sewn oak paneling in library,
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elevator. MLS #34265 $4,950,000


Commercial ocean-
front property
licensed as a lodge.
6BR/3BA on this
105' lot allowing
room for expansion.
Close to active
Main Beach area.
MLS #32701
$1,995,000


Condominium in
sought-after
Summer Beach.
Superb views, con-
venient access to
the pool & beach.
A 2nd garage, 10'
ceilings will tempt
you. MLS #35347
$1,949,000


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What a view you are
r ganoing to have from
inms premium marsh-
SIront lot with distant
lracoastal Waterway
.' ,* .': .'.'. vie ,., in prestigious
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.* Amelia Island
Plantation. Build
S .. ... anew today & enjoy
S ''' '' mis aated secured
"""' .... l\ MLS #34630
.. ...... .. $1,150,000


Luxurious oceanfront southern
end unit in Amelia Island
Plantation's sought after
Beachside complex. Complete
with double door entry, unique
tiled Florida room with south-
westerly exposure and exquisite


oceanviews.
MLS #35204


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Gorgeous oak floors,
handsome plantation
-shutters, ocean views to,
the east & vista views of
the 15"&166' holes of
the Golf Club of Amelia
Island to the west from
this spacious end unit
.townhouse in a seaside
enclave on south Amelia
Island. MLS #35207
$849,000


s Golf fr on south Amelia
S'' Island overlooking the fair-
... ''; ways of the'Golf Club of
'! *" ", Amelia Island. This charm- .
'. ing home boasts vaulted
S'; ceilings, skylights, granite
S' tops & glass front cabinets
in the kitchen, new tile &
" shower enclosure in mas- .
b. ter bath, side entry garage,
S. lovely setting & a quiet cul-
de-sac locale.
MLS #35376 $425,000


.. Premium 3rd floor
end unit w/sweeping
ocean views from
your own wrap-
Saround balcony.
Fully furnished,
.i garage. Pool, spa &
'; .. clubroomm on premis-
es. MLS #34260
$619,000 ...
S -- :- Ideal arrangement of space
in this model perfect
.' Chamberlain floor plan
fronting the beautiful fair-
way of the North Hampton
S. golf course. Home boasts
... ... 12' ceilings, 18" tile in the
public space, California
Berber carpet, 42" maple
cabinets & Corian'tops in
the kitchen, large screened
lanai fronting links & natu-
ral preserve area across the
street. MLS #35270
.. $419,000


Oce3nfront penthouse on
.:.hn.: iiir,."ayA1A in a t ;. .
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bidows&doors,a k,
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MLS #352' $565,800 0 ; .... .


New 3/3 in Historic
old Town. Volume,
smooth ceilings, front
& rear tiled balconies,
distant river views
over the Ft. San Carlos
park. MLS #33474
$399,900


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Marshfront villa on
Amelia Island
Plantation. This 2BR
with gas heated pool
would make an ideal
retreat or 2nd home.
Seller thought of
everything with this
exquisitely renovated
villa. MLS #34142
$700,000



Located on sought-after
South Amelia Island in
lush & gated Plantation
Point. This spacious
home w/tropical pool
surround is ideal for a
family or the empty
A nester needing space.
.. 10 ceilings, newer HVAC
handier & compressor,
electric & gas heat for
pool. MLS#35126
$439,000 "


3/3 on middle of
island, 2,000 sq.ft.
with a bonus room.
MILS #35230
$369,000


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s Marshfront lot on the Deep wooded estate size
Brick home located on !,R, Gorgeous marsh front '--;; 410H
island with vast westerly lot ready for you in a
the mainland out con- lot on Little Piney A views of the marsh & brand new community
Island with 211' of just onto the mainland
venient to island distantly of the ICW.
amenities. Nearby frontage. Unique dual The glorious sunsets 1101It with convenient proximi-
view-directly to th will move you! Build ty to all island amqnities.
community recreation-
4, anew today In this This secluded residential
al area in neighbor- south & over the
charming enclave on a community has member-
IL4 hood. Home boasts a causeway to the west to the Amelia Island
quiet cul-de-sac or get Sri
7 j allowing for splendid, the benefit of toay's
top-of-the line hot tub. Club available. Build
wide panorama. MLS prices & hold for future anew today or hold for
IVILS #35150
#28361 $324,900 use. MLS#34760 future use or Investment.
$239,060 -J $295,000 IVILS #35302 $270,000
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Beautiful Low Country estate on a Canal in Oyster Bay Harbour. Home was Beautiful Canal Front View in desirable Oyster Bay Community. Community
built with many extras. Granite countertops, elevated dishwasher, taller cabi- pool, Tennis, Clubhouse and you can even purchased a boat slip and marina
nets, large utility room, killer master suite w/walk around shower w/3 shower membership. Purchase now while the prices are lower. $135,900 #35459 and
heads, garden tub, tile floors, formal dining with wood floors, media #35462
room/bonus, tray ceilings and much more. $565,900 #35391



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rooms. Hardwood floors and ceiling fans through- most of the home has been remodeled. The kitchen sider staying if purchased by an investor. Seller will
out home. Home has been taken care of. $121,900 was remodeled with every inch utilized with large pay $2,000.00 of buyers closing costs with an
#34989 drawers, lazy susans, large counter space and more. acceptable contract. $68,500 #35258
Fully fenced lot with remote control gate, 4 storage
sheds, Screen room and more. $399,900 #35138
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Home on 2 Acres 3BR/2BA, 2,000 SF,
home has outdoor veranda with
refrigerator & stove, plenty of room to
park an R.V., automatic driveway gate
and more. MLS# 35187 $225,000


85416 Blackmon Road -
Great Home on 1 Acre on Lofton
Creek 4BR/2BA, 2,230 SF home
features brick exterior, fully fenced
yard, mother-in-law suite, wood floors,
.tile & more. MLS# 35138 $399,900


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1453 8th Street -
Great Commercial Location!
MLS# 35085 $655,000


$179,000
87152 Brooker Road
MLS#35485 2BR/2BA,
Approx. 1,110 SF on 1 acre.
Home features beautiful
custom wood wallsand floors
throughout;


$255,000
30462 Forest Parke Drive
MLS#34339 4BR/2BA, Approx.
2,250 SF in lovely Flora Parke.
Custom island in kitchen,
oversized brick paved covered
patio, home backs up to buffer,
shows very well.


$205,000
86074 Sand Hickory Trail
MLS#35096 3BR/2BA. Brand
new home in Hickory Village.
1,610 SF home features garage
door opener, sprinkler system,
refrigerator, overhead microwave
and upgraded cabinets.


$155,000
South 7' Street
MLS#34105 3BR/1.5BA
Approx. 1,144 SE
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and the beach.


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Marshfront

1.39 Acres
$369,000 MLS# 34964.

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8632 Noyak Court -
Previous ICI Model Home in North
Hampton. Home is perfect for entertaining.
Featur, *. ne '.,-heatefd-bench entry pool with-
8 person spa, home automation system,
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4BR/4BA MLS# 34692 $915,600


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MLS#34439 3BR/2BA.
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with full sod & irrigation system.


$219,000
8653 Fieldstone Drive
MLS#35159 3BR/2BA.
1,610 SF, home features tile,
custom paint, oversized
screened-in porch, privacy
fenced vard & more.


$234,900
1606 Coventry Lane
MLS#34951 3BR/2BA
Lakewood home features fireplace,
tile, bar area and screened- in porch.
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1519 South Persimmon Circle
MLS#34722 3BR/2BA, Approx.
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804 Amelia Island Homesi
PARKWAY NORTH Golf community.
FSBO. Attractive 1-level, 3BR/2BA, formal
living/dining rooms, family w/FP, open to
breakfast/kitchen, Plantation shutters,
screened porch, 2-car garage, pond.
Appt. for Sat. & Sun., (904)491-8113
INVESTMENT' PROPERTY FOR SALE -
Newly remodeled 3BR/2BA home, large
lot. Has tenants. $225,000. (904)277-
8780, please leave message.
SAVE YOUR HOME
Behind on payments? Home in pre-
foreclosure? Any price any location. Call
Winning Property Soluctions (888)491-
6339.

805 Beaches
OCEANFRONT PROPERTY
Visit www.oceanfrontamelia.com for a
complete list, or call Bob Gedeon at
Oceanfront Realty (904)261-8870.

S806 Waterfront I
MARSHFRONT/TIDAL to deep water.
Concrete block home, beautiful setting
located on 3/4 ac. on Blackrock Rd. Priced
to sell. $645,000. RE/MAX Specialists, Gay
Browne (904)703-4265.
MARSH, WATER 1.97 LOT in High
Pointe.' Beautiful setting next to multi-
million dollar home, priced to sell or OBO.
Gay Browne, RE/MAX Specialists (904)
703-4265.
Waterfront Homes & Lots Call (904)
261-4066 for information. C.H. Lasserre,
Realtor.

1 807 Condominiums
FOREST RIDGE CONDO 2BR/1BA,
vaulted ceilings. $160,000. Call (904)241-
5870.

1808 Off Island/Yulee I
HOME FOR SALE Well kept 3BR/2BA
split plan on .49 acre corner lot. 1299 sq.
ft., wood burning fireplace, 2-car garage,
fenced yard. Upgrades include new carpet,
ceramic tile & laminate flooring. All
kitchen appliances included. Call
(904)612-5242.
FSBO 96521 Blackrock Rd. Brick home
built in '02, 2BR/2BA, approx. 1900sf u.r.
Spacious kitchen, gas fireplace, & great
room. Sun room, screened porch, & Ig.
patio. 12x16 workshop. Asking
$260,000. (904)261-8042
3839 BIG OAK AVE. Nassauville.
3BR/2BA, pool, 2 acres, privacy fence,
storage buildings, many upgrades. Call
(904)491-4775.
YULEE 3BR/2BA, acre lot, double wide.
$125,000. Tinya Rd., near new schools.
(904)225-5577
YULEE MOBILE HOME on 1 acre lot,
fenced yard, 2 metal buildings, paved
driveway. Excellent condition. $119,900.
Qualified buyers. (904)225-2076
YULEE 2BR/2BA, 1.3 acres, single wide.
$85,000. Theresa Ave., near new schools.
(904)225-5577

S 809 Lots
LAND 4-SALE Corner lot 1/2 acre on
Johnson Lake w/driveway, culvert & well.
$42,900 Firm. (904)225-2084.
Pirates Wood Lots From $55,000.
Please call C.H. Lasserre Real Estate (904)
261-4066.
SECLUDED PRISTINE LOCATION Very
'unique. Adj. to Summer Beach Golf
Course Steps to beach 2 lots each
90'x150'* $225,000/ea! (904)277-4319
2.69 ACRES on Miner Rd. Beautiful
oaks, zoned for horses. 1 blk. from YMS &
new YHS. $85,000. Call (904)225-0268.
PIRATES WOOD High and dry one plus
acre lot with large trees. Cleared, ready
to build. $79,500. Call (904)251-2481.


HIGH & DRY Beautiful & secluded
'6 5'1' <;4aI "!22 c.n Iir2tmr.ei in" 0
$65,000. Call (904)225-2463.


I 809 Lots I
HIGH POINTE By Owner. Beautiful one
acre wooded lot in gated community off
Barnwell Road. $168,000. Call (904)335-
0503.

810 Farms & Acreage
CASH FOR YOUR ACREAGE
Call Wm. F. Sheffield, Inc., Realtors.
J-'- (90.1)24-8095
1814 West Nassau Countyl
LAND 4-SALE 4.88 acres w/well &
septic. Colby Road in Callahan. (904)225-
2084.

817 Other Areas
NORTH GEORGIA
IMAGINE! THE MOST
SPECTACULAR VIEWS: Lake, Golf,
Marina, Nantahala Forest, Land/Cabin
Pkgs., $99,900, Limited Availability
1-800-941-4918, Ext. 801
3BR/2BA FORECLOSURE! Only
$33,500! Must sell. For listings call
1(800)749-8124 ext. H760.

-REAML ESTATE
R~~ENTALS


1 854 Rooms I
ROOMS FOR RENT Share living
quarters. South Fletcher Ave. (904)491-
1323
IN QUIET COUNTRY HOME fully
furnished with private bath. Use of
laundry & kitchen. All utilities included.
$500/mo. Call (904)338-1904.

855 Apartments
Furnished
HISTORIC DOWNTOWN FERNANDINA
- Great Location! All utilities included!
FREE HIGH SPEED INTERNET. 2BR/2 full
BA, washer/dryer, pool access available.
Lease Required. $1350/mo. + dep. Call
(904)557-2104.
OCEANFRONT 2BR/1BA condo, $1600.
3BR/3BA townhouse with pool, $1750.
Amelia Island Lodging Systems,
(904)261-4148 or (904)277-9702.

856 Apartments
Unfurnished
OCEAN FRONT Gorgeous views. Some
furniture. 2BR/1BA, upstairs. Yearly lease.
$950/mo. + $1050 dep. No pets. 270 S.
Fletcher. Call (904)277-2717.


851 Roommate Wantei HOM E L ESS
OCEAN VIEW DUPLEX New unit, AN KM A
3BR/2BA, plenty of parking. $1250/wk. A NI1 l
Call (912)729-3564, ask for Paula. M
WANTED,- Roommate to sublet with 2 THEY RE DYING FOR
great girls in a house In Fernandina. M/F, iCHA CE
non-smoking. Call (810)955-5142. A 2ND CHANCE
ROOMMATE WANTED in brand new C M I N
4BR house. $500/mo., all inclusive, or 2 ADOPT A COMPANION TODAY.
roommates, $400/mo./ea. Call 556-7504 .."-
for information.
ROOMMATE WANTED Brand new home
in great location on Island. $575/mo. For .
more information call (904)206-3085. ,' ,0 t

852 Mobile Homes I
ON ISLAND/IN PARK Long term.
2BR/1BA: $165/wk. or $660/mo. Also, -,
2BR/1BA, $150/wk. or $600/mo. $500 '
deposit required. Call (904)261-5034.
ON ISLAND Furnished or unfurnished,
2002 Fleetwood mobile home for rent.
3BR/2BA, washer/dryer. No smokers or ,
pets. $950/mo. + deposit. 753-2284 -.

854 Rooms
ROOM FOR RENT in Yulee off Chester
Rd. $450/mo. Includes utilities. Call ,J J
(904)225-1263 M-F 10am-4pm & APuoucSaMCAm.OUNC eMTHwENEawsLD
weekends 10am-6pm.


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tion work begun. Located oie block off Centre & zone, many large native trees, very low traffic, no time
Atlantic in an area of where many restorations are limit to build first of 5 lots sold for $325,000. A1A
taking place. Zoned C-3 allows residential and/or to Sianons Road, wr son Simmamu, make right into Egan's
office/retail. S3.W 66W $295,000 23 S. 10th St. Landing. Call today for more information.
"Think I'll let that native land agent be my guide."

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4BR/2BA HOME IN ARBORS OF AMELIA conven-
ient to shopping and the beach. This lovely home is on a
well landscaped lot on a quiet cul-de-sac. Priced to sell
at $295,000. #35304


Watson Realty Corp.REALTORSL
3321 S. Fletcher Ave.
Fernm ilna eacrh. FI. 321 14


CHARMING 4BR/3.5BA on beautifully landscaped 3/4+
acre lot with screened pool and spa in North Shore. This
home is in excellent condition and move-in ready. Call for
an appointment. Offered at $319,900. #35255


961687 Gateway Boulevard Suite 101A ', Amelia Island, FL 32034
904-261-6116 1-800-940-6116 FAX: 904-261-9181
website: www.ameliarealtyinc.com
Amelia Realty e-mail: .ameliarealty@hellsouth.net


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OWN YOUR OWN OFFICE CONDO Large 1,600 PRESTIGIOUS MARSH LAKES COMMUNITY Beautiful
sq.ft. office originally a dentist office. Water available 3BR custom built home on a beautiful lakefront lot. Views
to rooms. Rich paneling in executive office & conrfer- across the lake are spectacular. Three-car garage, large
ence room. Could be 6 offices, front and rear doors. work room; attached & unfinished bonus room over the
garage are but a few of the many extra features. This home
Very well-maintained with kitchen, centrally located, won't last, you must see it to appreciate the view from the
Must have an appointment to show! solarium, screened deck or open deck.
$225,000 #33579 A bargain at $595,000. #34839


GATED COMMUNITY OVERLOOKING THE LONG POINT A.I.P. CUSTOM DESIGNED & BUILT HOME in private
GOLF COURSE, 10' ceilings with multiple crown moldings, location. Vast storage area, library/office, 17x25 media /
large pool with spacious deck, breathtaking views of pool & golf bonus room with 1/2 bath, appraisal on file. Homeowner
course from two large balconies, large open kitchen & living is licensed real estate agent. See special features list in
room area (Great Room), 4BR/4.5BA, built 2001, 3+ car garage, home for details. $790,000 #35496
family'room (22'x32') near pool, covered patio, fireplace, won-
derful landscaping with accent lighting, nearly 6,000 sq.ft. of
living space. ~ Offered at $1,399,000 #35040


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12 LOTS on A1A, Prince Dr. and Baron Dr.
between Lowe's and WalMart. Homes sold "as-is."
The value of these properties is in the land with
future commercial use.


TERRIFIC NEW HOME IN PEACEFUL COUNTRY
SETTING. Room for horses and a garden. 2,295 SF on
1.6 acres. 4BR/2BA, extra large great room. This must see
home has many quality features.


2 ACRES OF MARSH & INTRACOASTAL VIEW from
this unique custom built home on estate lot at Long
Point on Amelia Island Plantation. Abundant privacy in
detached 2BR/2BA guest house, screened pool, extra
large. 3-car garage, bonus room. Sound Point Place,
turn right, 1st house on right. $1,800,000 #35466


LOVELY CUSTOM BUILT BRYLEN HOME IN MARSH
LAKES Shows like a model home, wonderful floor
plan, family room with fireplace and built-ins.
Plantation shutters, gorgeous marsh and tidal creek
views, lush landscaping with decorative pond & foun-
tain. True pride of ownership shows in this marvelous
home. $619,000 #35378


F DR. ED GREENE, REALTOR

BROKER-ASSOCIATE

S "I make house calls!"

SE-mail: egreene225@hotmail.com


NORTH HAMPTON'S BEST!
Enjoy the amenities of this outstanding
community in this 4BR/4BA on a cul-de-
sac and the 6th fairway. Heated pooi, large
bonus room, surround sound and so much
more for only $459,000.


BEACH GETAWAY!
This coz\ 2BR IBA beach cottage has a
nce rool. ncw A C and a beach access in
Iront. Come enjo the beach at ,our own
place for only $429,000.


Available 7 days a week
3321 SOUTH FLETCHER AVENUE FERNANDINA BEACH. FL 32034
904-261-3986 OR '800-395-4517 EVENINGS: 904-225-8105


Watson Realty Corp.REALTORSe


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OCEANVIEW BEACH HOUSE
P.elurbished .-sTor,,' 5.R,2BA home
\'ith st.,ne fireplace r-retal roof, t,'.,.
decks. Perfect for entertaining or large
farmil, ',Vacation rental permit in place
5829,000 336,76


ON BEAUTIFUL AMELIA ISLAND! Open & spacious 4BR/4+BA, living room, family room, sun-
room, 3-bay garage; pool & pool house located on estate-size wooded lot. Deep water dock with
lift on the Amelia River, just minutes to the ocean. $1,490,000

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RESTORED ISSO'S HOME inthe OCEANFRONT "PENTHOUSE": Beautifully decorated THIS HOME HAS ITALLI Wonderful water
and wonderful views from this top floor end unit. Fully views from almost every room in this 4BR/3
heart of Fernandina ., Beach furnished and ready for rental or enjoy as 2" home. full plus 2 haff baths home with office, sun-
3BR/2.5BA with, heart pine floors, siX Large open balcony & side windows give this 2BR/2BA room w/spa, large workshop & 3-car garage.
villa exceptional views of the ocean & evening sunset. Over 4,000 5F of quality custom features.
fireplaces, porches and balcon es. Enjoy the oceanside pool, gathering room & many Estate size wooded lot, deck and dock with
$524,900 (N6) activities Amelia has to offer. $669,500 boat lift.- $98S,500


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904-261-5011 TOLL FREE: 8717-261-5011
474262 State Road 200 (AIA) Wee Junction Center
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Fernandina Beach, FL

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MMPW- =3BR13BA,
remodeled home on large wooded lot
located within walking distance to
beach. Over 2,100 SF, detached garage
& offers views of the lighthouse.
$349,000 #34979


Top floor 2BR/2BA south unit.
Updated appliances, lots of tile.
$419,500 #34444


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OCEANVIEW VILLA
This beautifully decorated 3BR/2BA villa is open
and spacious and perfect for full-time living.
Offered furnished and features large balcony
overlooking lake & fountain, full-size- laundry
room, extra storage and garage. $569,900


OCEANFIWNfSANDCASTLES OCEANFRONT AMELIA SOUTH.
Located, in beautiful Amelia Island Enjoy the Amelia Island lifestyle! Breathtaking
Plantation. 1.5 bedrooms, 1, bath and views from this 0 floor fully furnished 2BR/213A
fully furnished. Wonderful getaway, 2nd villa. Features beachside pool and beautifully
home or rental investment. Club mem- remodeled gathering room. Great rental poten-
bership is available. $429,900 tial or use for 211 home. $525,000


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212 S. FLETCHER AVENUE Ocean views from every room and both have large decks.
Next to public access #16 for extra parking. Completely redone kitchen, baths, heat-
ing, cooling, floors, appliances, wiring. Each unit is 2BR/1 BA, connecting door converts
use to a 4BR/2BA. Zoned and can be used for vacation/short term rental.
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OCEAN PARK, UNIT 105 Open and spacious
unit overlooking Main Beach and the Atlantic.
Great for second home, rental or full time resi-
dence. SouLhend unit with private balcony to
enjoy the views. $579,000


1249 SOUTH 5n" STREET Great starter home or
investment in quiet neighborhood. Recently remod-
eled with new paint interior, new tile in bath and
kitchen, wood floors refinished. Large 2-car garage
with extra garage/storage in back. Large fenced
yard. Great price great investment $175,000


Sherry Dennard, REALTOR ASSOCIATE Prudential
(904) 753-0129 or (904) 261-9311 w Chaplin Williams
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your balcony or play a game oi len bedroom/ 2 balh ocaaniewi condo
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904-415-1952 unfurnished end unit at Surf & Racquet 904-41 5-0769 vistas. #34704 $350,000
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NEWLY REMODELED duplex on
Tarpon Avenue, just a ler short
blocks to the beach. Each unt is
3 bedrooms and 2 balhs wilh
ocean 'e iws from the upper decks
Paul This is a great investment oppor-
Barnes turiity. Easy to see.
904.7530256 400 #35 5
p,.u,.;..:,*Bii,.iiii ,, .:..r$524,900 #35265


S..STEPS FROM THE BEACH TWc.
bedroo.T n' at Sand Dollar V..IIa
wilh greal oulherly 'oceai,' -e* This
un.l ha n er ide I. den turnilure and
The appliances have teen upgraded
Stacy A "must see" unit in a great location.
904-583-0560 $417,000 #35413
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AMELIA ISLAND PLANTATION
Large got front home .n ih., popular
com.nJuniry The fl .ble Iloor pl.r i:
cusrrenth 3 b edrrc.,T. 4 5 bath, ,dfh
a sludy' bonus room Cculd tbe 5
bedrooTl The house ,- greal lor
Judi entertaining and boasts tons of stor-
Raczyns9 i age.Competitively pricedl #34215
904-261-0347 o 5000
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THREE STORY OCEAN-
VIEW duplex w/ granny suite.
Solid pour concrete & steel
beam construction for superi-
or safety & qualny. Many archi-
Paul tectural features. Short stroll to
Barnes the Beach. #35261
a04-753025 $1,100,000
paol~wallllamshu.m $1,1100,000


GORGEOUS LAKEFRONT
HOME in Oyster Bay. This 3/3
home features a great location,
magnificent views, an oversized
Mark. garage, a screened lanai, and
Walker protective hurricane shutters.
904-415-1303 $419,900 #34403
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SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE
This remodeled 4 bedroom.' 2 5
b tath home has a .:orered frc.n porch
and a pr,.ae backyard that features
a pool and spa e th a til hut lush
Bruce landscaping, and a tropical feel. Your Josle
Jasnsky own private Islandresortl Come take 904 4Deal952
" uao,, itdflt c. a look. $465,000 #35210 joie.:.enet rr.aglcner


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Historic Fernand;na and Amela
Island from this Riverside lot off of
Barnwell Road This large lot is
waiting for your dream home
Drive by today. $200,000
#34712


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SOCEANVIEW DUPLEX located THE PRESERVE AT SUM-
on the north end of the Island. MER BEACH, Brand new
Each side is 2 bedrooms and 2,5 courtyard home ready for Fall
baths. The view and beach access occupancy. The many upgrades
are greatly Good opportunity for will position this house in the
Sandy investment, second home or pri- Molly top tier of luxury living, Includes
r904-415-189 mary residence. 9 Knowlton membership to the Golf Club of
.042so maot $665.000 #34404 90 0 Amelia #35112 $650,000
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904-415-0769
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GORGEOUSII Beautifully remod-
eled home in Lofton Creek This
three bedroom/ two bath home
features wood floors, skylight,
fenced yard, and a get play-
house/garden house in the back
yard, This is a true gem. Call today
to seel $180,000 #34383


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856 Apartments
Unfurnished
MARSH COVE CONDOMINIUMS
Located off Amelia Island Parkway, Marsh
Cove offers newly remodeled 2 & 3BR
apartments and town homes. Brand new
carpet and ceramic tile floors, appliances,
cabinets, countertops and much more!
Washer/Dryer connections included and
laundry center available. Prices starting at
$615, water, trash and sewage service
included. Call today for more info. (904)
261-0791.
Affordable Living for eligible low-
income persons/families. 1 & 2 bedrooms.
Rent based on income. Apply at Post Oak
Apts., 996 Citrona Dr., Fernandina Beach;
(904)277-7817. Handicap Accessible apts.
available. Equal Housing Opportunity.
3BR/2BA DUPLEX APT. 1 block from
the beach, washer/dryer hookup, large
patio, very nice. Lease + dep. $1000/mo.
Call (904)261-2491 or (904) 583-0095.
BEACHSIDE EFFICIENCY Available
Sept. 1st. Long-term lease (one year
minimum). One bill, $600 pay for
everything: rent, electric, water, sewer &
cable. Deposit hired. Non-smoker. Call
(904) 261-6767, please leave a message.
Affordable Living for eligible low
income seniors, handicapped or disabled.
1 & 2 bedrooms. Rate based on income.
Apply at Sandridge Apts., 2021 Jasmine
St., Fernandina Beach; (904)277-8722.
Handicap Accessible apts. available. Equal
Housing Opportunity.
2BR/1BA N. FLETCHER DOWNSTAIRS
DUPLEX Beach view. New carpet & tile
flooring. Washer/dryer, lawn care, water,
garbage & sewer included. CH&A, fenced
backyard w/storage a plus. Lease
required. $895/mo. + dep. Call (904)277-
4820 or (904)335-0255.


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+ SAND HICKORY TRAIL HICKORYR VILLAGE) :
3BR/2BA house. 2-car garage. 1,400 SE
$1,150/mo. Available 8/1/05.
+ GEDDES LANE (AMELIA PARK): Beautiful
3BR/2BA house with garage. $1,400/mo.
Includes lawn maintenance.
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4BR/2BA house. Screened-in pool.
Close to the beach. $1,700/mo. *,
Includes pool & lawn maintenance.
Available 8/22/05.
+ LAKESIDE DR.N. (EGAN'S BLUFF): 3BR/2BA.
2-car Ktr,i,,i:":"i SF. $1,400/mo.
AvailableNow. Now. No PETS.
+ SEACASTLES : 3BR/2.5BA condo.
2-car garage. $1,175/mo. Available
Now. No'PETS.
+ LONG ISLAND PLACE (NASSAU LAKES):
3BR/2BA. 2-car garage, 1,500 SE
$1,125/mo. Includes lawn mainte-
nance. Available 8/2/05.
+ 112 SOUTH 10TH STREET : 3BR/2BA.'
Close to Historic District $1 .n0/mo
Available Now.
+ SOUTH FLETCHERA\ E NLiE : IBRIl BA
upstairs unit. Close to th l-a,:l-i.
$975/mo. Available No..
+ CHAD STREET: NEW' W/BRluni l toi.:.i]e
1-car garage. $1,195,imO: .ad 3blel
Now. No PETS.
+BLACKROCKROAD : 3BRi/?Bthouse.
2-car garage. $1ii0/tmo,
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SOMERSET APARTMENTS
Try a new standard of apartment living at
Somerset. Beautiful 1BR & 2BR SINGLE
STORY apartments located off Amelia
Parkway. These modern apartments
feature vaulted ceilings, ceramic tile
floors, built-in computer desks,
washer/dryer connections & much more!
Prices starting at $615, water, trash, and
sewage service included. Call today for
more information at (904) 261-0791.

857 Condos-Furnishedl
FERNANDINA SHORES CONDO
RENTAL 2BR/1.5BA. $475 Weekly.
$875 Monthly. Avail. 7/27-8/6; and after
8/14. Call (678)493-2558.
ameliaislandrental&.net
AMELIA LANDING 2BR/2BA, pool,
tennis. Fully furnished. $875/mo. Includes
utilities. No pets. No smoking. Call
(904)321-2543. -
1BR/1BA POOL VILLA at AIP. Beautiful
marsh view. Available mid August.
$1050/mo. Call (904)261-0608 or cell
#556-9586 for information.
PORT OF CALL 2BR/2BA (across the
street from beach access.). Great ocean
views. $1200/mo. (904)556-6492

858 Condos-Unfurnished
THE COLONY 3BR/2BA, fireplace,
swimming, tennis. Non-smoker. No pets.
Recently painted, end unit. $1025/mo. +
$750 deposit. (904)277-3671, lv msg.
COLONY CONDO 2BR/2BA, 2 stall
garage. $900/mo. (608)245-0505,


LARGE DUPLEX on 1st Ave. Available
8/15, Walk to the beach & Dairy Queen.
3BR/2BA with garage. $1400/mo.
unfurnished. $1600/mo. furnished. 261-
6651
925 TARPON North Pointe: 2BR/2.5BA
townhouse, covered parking, pool. $995.
Nick Deonas Realty, Inc. (904)277-0006


859 Homes-Furnished I
3BR/3BA EXECUTIVE HOME Ocean
community, golf cart. 4 mo. lease.
$2350/mo. Call (770)833-5387.

859 Homes-Furnished

2357 A 1st Ave. 3/2 duplex with 1
car garage, 1 block from beach. Terms
flexible. $1,400/mo. includes lawn care.
Available now.
Amelia Island Plantation 15
Willow Pond, 3/2.5 home on golf
course with detached guest house &
pool. $3,500/mo. 30 Long Point Dr.,
3BR/4BA home on Long Point Golf i
Course, $5,500/mo. 1518 Piper
Dunes, oceanfront 2nd floor condo,
3/3, $7,000/mo.
Call Chaplin Williams Rentals at
261-0604 or visit
chaplinwilliamsrentals.com for
details.
3BR/2BA OCEAN VIEW Available
monthly. Call Amelia Rentals (904)261-
9129.

1860 Homes-Unfurnishedi
NEW CONSTRUCTION on cul-de-sac,
3BR/2BA, 2-car garage. $1100/mo. Call
(904)535-9622.
853 ATLANTIC VIEW DR. 4BR/2BA,
2200 sq. ft., 2-car garage, fenced yard,
walk to beach. $1650/mo. Available Aug.
1st. Call (904)261-3865. ,
3BR/2BA Brand new in Hickory Village,
centrally located. Lawn maintenance incl.
Please no smokers. Pet considered.
$1250/mo. Available 8/1. (904)556-6042.
NATURES WALK TOWNHOUSE for
rent. 3BR/2.5BA. Available August 1st.
$1200/mo. Call 261-5899.
FOR RENT Newly remodeled 3BR/2BA
home at Lofton Creek. Available Sept.
$1000/mo. + dep.' Non-smokers. Pet
considered. (904)277-8780, pls leave
msg.
SEASCAPE NEW T/H ocean view 3/2.5,
1857 sq. ft., 2 car garage, all appliance
incl., w/d, .f.p., $1850/mo. Realty
Executives, 556-6531.
NEW 3BR/2BA 2 car garage. All
appliances, security system, lawn maint
avail. Just minutes form Jax, Kings Bay &
beaches. $1250/mo. Call (904)334-0806.
2BR/1BA HOME across the street from
the beach. Has W/D. Large backyard with
small fenced area.- $1200. Amelia Island
Lodging Systems, (904)261 4148, (904)
277-9702, or after hours, (904)753-2560.
LIKE NEW Completely renovated
2BR/2BA patio home. "No Pets". Deposit &
references. $1,000/mo. Call (904)277-
4049, Pruitt Realty & Rentals.
AMELIA PARK. New townhome. 3/2.5,
fireplace, 2 car garage, many upgrades.
$1500/mo. 261-9155 M-F 9-5.
ADbRABLE 3BR/2BA Close to beach &
shopping. 2-car garage. Great
neighborhood, private backyard.
$1250/mo. (904) 261-0243




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113pe l:_.d iiyle home on double, lot.
gBR'2 W.BA oriLme icl:se io be.h and his-
lIrir, d rlrici Beautiful pine heart-flors,
nign eirings, fireplace, master suite
upislairs'. new -oak cabinets in kitchen &
alii appiaine" included, $429,900

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--VALUE PRICED VALUE PRICED
S10,950 I.*9,950


3 bedroom, 2 bath home. Pools, golf, gated com-
mutnity and more! $439,900 #35156

O(EA I f(ALD N IF IFSSE LT A'


Outstanding Example of a Well-Kept Classic. EDDIE BAUER EDITION
Only 105K Certified Miles. Locally Owned Excellent SUV with All the Features! 5.0 Litre V8,
and Maintained. Bronze Mist Metallic Auto, Cold A/C;,Power Windows and Locks. Cruise
Exterior with Tan Leather Seating. Cold A/C; & Tilt, New Tires, Alloy Wheels and More. Ruby
Power Sunroof, Seats, Windows, Locks and Red and Taupe Exterior with Tan Leather Seating.
Mirrors. Clean CarFaxT History. Clean CarFaxTM History! Local Trade-in.
VALUE PRICED $8,950 VALUE PRICED $7,950


1999 BUICK CENTURY CUSTOM
Great Mid-Size Sedan in Excellent Condition
Inside and Out. CarFaxTM Certified 1 Ownerl
V6, Auto, Cold A/C, Full Power and More. 4
Wheel ABS, Stereo Cass. (CD Ready), Cruise
and Tilt. Blue Mist Metallic with Light Grey
Cloth Interior. Only 49K Miles!
VALUE PRICED $7,950


2001 MERCURY SABLE LS
PREMIUM
CarFaxTM Certified 1 Ownerl 3.0 Litre V6,
Auto, Cold A/C, Alloy Wheels, Leather, 6-
Disc CD Stereo, Power Adjustable Pedals
& Power Seat. Blue Mist Metallic Exterior
with Light Grey Leather Buckets.
VALUE PRICED '7,950


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1999 NISSAN ALTIMA GXE 1995 CADILLAC 998 CHEVROLET LUMINA LTZ 2000 HYUNDAI SONATA GL
Beautiful, One Owner Sedan Very Nicely Equipped. DEVILLE D'ELEGANCE CarFaxTM Certified 1 Owner. Well-Maintained Super Smooth V6, Automatic with
Original MSRP Nearly $20K. Full Power Including Another Locally Owned Classic! Smooth V8 and in Like New Condition. Locally Owned. Overdrive, Cold A/C, Tach, Alloy. Wheels,
Locks, Mirrors & Windows; Cruise & Tilt. CD/Cass. Power, Cold A/C, Auto, Full Power and More. Sporty Sedan with a 3.8 Litre V6, Auto, Cold and Color Keyed Mirrors. Grey Cloth
120W 6 Speaker Stereo, Keyless Entry, 4 Cyl. (22/30 Champagne Beige Exterior with Leather Dual Zone A/C, Power Windows & Locks. Bucket Seats, Power Windows & Locks.
MPG), Cold A/C & Auto. Blue Dusk Ext. with Light Seating. Great Family Car with All the Style Cruise & Tilt. Soft Grey Leather Bucket Seats Cruise & Tilt, CD Stereo, Front & Side
Grey Cloth Seats. Well Maintained and Ready for and Luxury with 8-Way Power and Sunroof Airbags. Clean CarFaxrM History and Low
the Road! VALUE PRICED $7,450 VALUE PRICED $6,950 VALUE PRICED '6,950 Miles! VALUE PRICED '6,450
. . .. .. .. .. . ... ... . . ... .. .. ... .. ... . .. ..


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__La 225-3133
BETTr A. SHANNON 850485 HWY. 17 S. YULEE FL LAURAL1


* BRING YOUR BUILDER MARSHFRONT,
INSIDE LOTS. BIG OAKS, UNDER-
GROUND UTILITIES, SMALL GATED
COMMUNITY NEAR A1A. NO.ASSOCIATION.
SOUTHERN CREEK $75,000 TO $140,000.
* COMMERCIAL INTENSIVE -150 FT.
FRONTAGE ON HWY. 17 SOUTH, 3.76 ACRES,
PARTIALLY FENCED. 1,200 SF BUILDING.
$450,000
* 19981 ] ERY NICE,

ELECTRIC. $105,000


* YULEE ACRE BEAUTIFUL CORNER ACRE
CENTRALLY LOCATED NEAR HWY 17 SOUTH:
$55,000 MOBILE HOMES ALLOWED.
* 2002 D/WIDE 3/2, ALL ELECTRIC,
WHIRLPOOL APPLIANCES, 1,488 SF.
1.3 ACRES. $115,000
* 1998 D/WIDE 3/2,1,344 SF, ONE ACRE ON
DELEENE ROAD. SHOWS TLC. $89,900
* 1995 FLEETWO .0C, 3/2,
25X3A S E 8E.
A MUSTSEE. $88,000


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All His Friends &
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1998 FORD TAURUS SE WAGON
Clean CarFaxTM History! Well-Maintained
and In Great Condition Inside & Out. 3.0'
Litre V6, Auto, Cold A/C, Leather, Full
Power, Sunroof and Morel Perfect Family
Car rto'r A'jLr summer TripCD Lo:. Lo.'
."le,' VALUE PRICED '6,450


1995 FORD TAURUS LX WAGON
CarFaxM Certified 1 Owner! Well Kept and
Low Miles. 3.8 Litre V6, Auto, Cold A/C,
Leather and Seating for 7. AM/FM Cass.
Stereo (CD Ready), Power Windows and
Locks' Cruise & Tilt Fuill SenPiRce r R4adv
VALUE PRICED %4,450


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1860 Homes-Unfurnishedl
CUSTOM 3BR/2BA HOME on cul-de-I
sac near Ritz Carlton & Plantation. New I
appliances, 2-car gar. Avail. now.
$1325/mo. + dep. No smoking please.
491-6809
TOWNHOUSE in Amelia Park. Approx.
2000sf, 2-car garage, balcony, 3BR/2BA.
$1600/mo. (386)405-5710
Beautiful, Quiet Simmons Cove. 3/2
w/fml LR&DR, fam w/FP. Close to beach.
Lawn maint. incl. No smoking. Pets
considered. $1600/mo. Avail. 8/13. 261-
8459
NEW HOME Country living, 3BR/2BA, 2-
car gar., sec. syst. Pet considered. No
smokers. Yulee. $1250/mo. + dep. (904)
821-4476 (w), (904)228-0985 (c) Debbie.
LOOKING FOR A long term, unfurnished
rental in the Amelia Island area? Visit our
website at www.centurv21ferreira.com for
a complete listing or call Carol or Sherri @
Century 21 (904)261-3077.
WANTED:
Quality unfurnished rental homes from
$1000.00 to $1800.00 per month; Our
tenants pass both a credit check and
criminal background screening. Call
Chaplin Williams Rentals at (904)261-
0604. Visit our web site at: Www.
chaplinwilliamsrentals.com
3BR/2BA Large fenced yard. 86024
Johns St., Yulee. $800/mo. (904)491-'
3440
3BR/2BA CH&A, stove, frig., d/w,.
disposal, micro., ceiling fan, carpet, porch
w/ ocean view, 1-car gar., W/D hookup.
.$1200/m6. +- $1200 dep. No pets. 841
Mary St. (904)261-3948
95198 WILDWOOD CIR. 3BR/2BA;,' 2-
car garage, 5 yrs. old, large yard, mini-
blinds, No water/sewer charges. $1050/
mo. (904)491-8893
4BR/3BA hardwood floors. Beautiful
home in nice neighborhood. Contact
(863)257-1822 or (904)557-8093.
2700 Mizell Street 2/2, 2nd floor
condo with washer & dryer. Community
pool' & tennis courts, 1 block from
beach. Available now for $975/mo.
807 White Street New 3/2 house in'
Old Town. App. 1300 sq. ft., bamboo
floors throughout, washer & dryer
hookup. Available now for $1,500/mo.
2811 Ocean Mist Drive Oc`.an
Sound. 3/2 h.I.me new carp,-r and
paint, approx 1 45 sq. ft. $1,:.0 rc.
including lawn care. Available r..:'.,
1613 Park Avenue Beautiful ,T.iai
Park Townhouse with lovely private
courtyard,, unfurnished; 3/2.5, 2 story
with 2 car garage. Approx. 1630 sq. ft.,
$1600/mo. 12 mo. lease. preferred,
avail. August 1st.
3450 S. Fletcher Ave. (Ketch
Courtyard). Oceanfront 2 2 4(h ri.j.:.r
corner unit condo. Assigr.r. C.5r1 ,r.4 s
community pool. $1800/,T.-. ai1E
soon.
95068 Spring Tide Lane R...r
Place, 3BR/4BA, 3 story 2 ,, rroj o ,,
MNarsh avail, now for $2500
Call Chaplin Williams Rentals at
261-0604 or visit
chaplinwilliamsrentals.com for
more details.


I 861 Vacation Rentals I 1864 Commercial/Retail I


OCEANVIEW 3BR/2BA and 2BR/1BA.
Call (904)261-4066, C.H. Lasserre,
Realtor, for special rates.
OCEAN FRONT 1BR furnished apt.
August openings. $500/wk. (904)261-
6252
VACATION GET AWAY with heated
pool, 2 blocks from Historic District, 2
miles to beach. $350 weekly. (904)261-
6434

863 Office
OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT
Downtown Historic Fernandina Beach
118 Centre St. (Dotter Bldg.)
Upstairs Suite: 3 large offices +
reception area (add'l space available).
Contact Jerry Reese, (904)277-8334.
PARK PLACE 5472 First Coast
Highway. Commercial Office Space
Available. From 1008 sq. ft. to 1530 sq.
ft. Available now. $14.00 per sq. ft.,
plus $3.25 CAM. Call Chaplin
Williams Rentals at 261-0604.
600 SQ. FT. 2 connecting offices.
$900/mo. 11 S. 7th St. Call Lynette
(904)261-7411- or (904)521-6247 (cell
#)..

1864 Commercial/Retail
DEERWALK frrP m.e n .ig n .i.r, l,:,.:,rn r.
c.n IA ,ri, .'i t.al. 125u0i ur.t-. Curt,-:
L3."."rre rI. .-51 E.-OEe i.',,4.,261 4i e,


CURTISS H.

LASSERRE
-Real Estate, Inc.

RESIDENTIAL
*ACROSS FROM THE RITZ CARLTON at Gate
Golfside South at Summer Beach. 3BR/2BA,
over 2,200 SF. $1,950/mo..+ utilities.
*LH .2,P i;,T p N:,,r.n I t ,CrtrI: e ;- .'. -
Prime location on Egan's Creek 3BR/2BA.
w/2-car garage. Unfurnished long terni lease.
DR, LR, FL Room, just remodeled $ 1,800/mo.
Includes lawn maintenance.
4BR/3BA OCEANVIEW HOME Great view-
and.easy beach access. 2;000+ SF.
$1 7FO'.T.A ur;l;ri,
VACATION
48 7 FLETCHEF. 2EB ,:.:.r.r... .
Monthly/weekly rental.
COMMERCIAL
APPROX. I ACRE ON AIAISR200 ON ISLAND.
[ .,c.H.Or, i-.cd I CO Z I.,.: .: 13:r :'jr.
J:.: r ,jl:i.li, ,-.. -r ell., ,- ..r .-.i'', 'r- .
HriTC.C DOriT ICT PRCFEIC.IONAiL OFFICE
..r r. C.3 .T,
fPIMt1 :OMMEPC' iL '.PeCE ,. 51,pp.it-..
:r .l',.'l rr. C .. :.rr.[i ,,-, r-l.:,,-, 4r ':r. % I A I "00 "f Di,: l,, '
Sl:lhlr, r.3 .. cr,.,ll .lrll ,
DE E .'.CLIK -P'.-r. e ,:bic, l:.r t,..; :.,
A I t O :l I "' F I-iL" I. I:
Plus $3 cam.-


AMELIA ISLAND RESORT AREA Prime
location on First Coast Hwy., north of AIP,
south of Ritz Carlton. 1008-1530 sq. ft.
Call (904)277z3376.
COMMERCIAL SPACE in newer strip
center, Kingsland, GA. 800-2000sf.
Possible restaurant, office, garage, etc.
(912) 227-1588, 729-5994, (904)962-
6793
FOR SALE OR LEASE 1200 sq. ft. fg.
downstairs condo at Gateway to Amelia.
Ideal for office or retail. Call (904)206-
1625.



901 Automobiles I
1994 HONDA CIVIC LX Runs great.
Good tire tread, paint. Blemishes on hood.
Kelly Blue Book $2460, asking $1500.
(904)225-5801
2004 THUNDERBIRD $29,500. Still
under warranty. (904)491-8728
1995 TOYOTA COROLLA DX 183,000
miles. Good shape. $2000/OBO. Call
(904)491-8630.
2000 TOYOTA CELICA.GTS Impeccably
maintained. Looks like new. Fully loaded.
Always garaged. Smoke free. 6 spd. -78n.
SBelow.book at $11,900. (904)261-9213
'93 VOLVO 940 TURBO S.,nroof
Ii., i r -,,' ,',ct [,ur0 n e.-3: radj aror. 22UK
miles. $2500 as is.' (404)324-3614.

ALL-SERVICEI
REALTY, INC.
Property Management
| 904.277.0907

-'86678 Pages Dairy Rd. $695/mo.
2/2 singlewide on, 1 acre, fenced-in backyard.
Washer/dryer. Country living with all the conven-
S35 Tal Courl $1 ?95 mn.
3/3 plus bonus room over the 2-car garage. 2/1 and
W- 0 0li..: "I : x c ...... h-
86156 Auguslus Ave. S1.395-mo
[,,:-,jl ~jii ]:..-.. .i.- ? ir, ., .i .',- : .:..:J." .. T. .
Screened-in porch, fenced-In landscaped yard, 2-car
garage. Rent includes yard maintenance. Pets OK with
837 A Marv Slreel S795 me
I. '.'l 1 I ,1 .. II ..= l rr ,:,',,T I
502 So. 9th Street $895/1mo.
3/1 with fenced-in yard, carport close in 8 convenient
to everything. Available Now.
2667 DeLorean Street $1.100on/mo.
3/2 with 2-car garage, *, .r..., n..pc ..-
screened-in porch and :.-. ..
Available Now.
1939 So. 81 St. $450/mo. each & up .+ Tax.
Units 3,4 & 5 are available. Ideal for offices or small shops.
Rent 1, 2 orAil! Located directly across from Burger King.
2,000+ SF of SPACE In PUBLIC SHOPPING
CENT-R ,..,.-- ,.,, i.i. Immediately.
"f ".ic? -, r ti u for a/tais-9B04-277-970B.

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901 Automobiles I
FOR SALE 1996 Ford Explorer XLT.
$1500/OBO. Needs body work on front.
Great parts vehicle. Call (904)277-0990.
$500! Police Impounds -
Hondas/Chevys/Jeeps, etc. Cars from
$500. For listings 1(800)749-8116 ext.
A461.
'93 Chev Blazer S10 4X4, runs great,
low mi. NEW clutch, fuel pump/lines, AC
compressor. Blue Book Value $4000.
Asking $2900. Moving Must Sell!
(904)335-7301
'99 BLAZER LT 4X4 One owner, excel.
cond., loaded. $7,900. (904)557-8535
2004 MONTE CARLO SS #8 Dale, Jr.
Tribut Car. Never driven. (904)225-2007
2004 CHEV CAVALIER LS Loaded, mint
condition, 9K miles, black. (904)225-2007
2002 MONTE CARLO SS #3 Dale
Earnhardt Tribute Car. Never driven.
(904)225-2007
1997 FORD CROWN VICTORIA -
128,500 miles. Well maintained, clean,
cold air. Asking $3,500. Call Mark at
(904)491-7893 & leave message.


-. 2740 Seagrove Lane (Seagroie) -
3BR/2BA, 2-car garage. This beautiful & spacious home is near
*'"i the beach and centrally located on Amelia Island. Has formal
B dining room, breakfast nook, 2 master baths, screened-in porch
"S and deck. 2,215 SF. 1I,725,mo. Available Early August.
CONDOS 'TOWNHOMIES '. On Island 1611 Inverness Road (Lakewood) 3BR/28A, two-car
3200 S. Fletcher Aene. D-1 (Ocean Daes) -- ara, Bri.:k n.-ir. on 3 -.:.-. ic i -. It n rir. beach, shopping and
FURNI3200 S. F her Aene, D-1 (Ocean D etnes) a. ,r .nr,, ,..r ak. .tr. .'.ckfireplace in living
ocean view,.juststepsfron. r .: .-,, .r, : i EAt ;. 11. -air. t a r. a .r.. c .T. .. er/dryerinclud-
r.:., ,-, .., : h..', .-'.T... i lr-.e .rj..... en p rkig ,d ..,.562n. e SF i 95 me Available Earl, Auaust
. .Jr.:. i.-..:i.j3j I 1210 SF 1 400 mo A4allable Earls August 715 Pheasant Lane (QffC"ron Dri ve) -- 3BR/2RA,
9S,S Clifd Stree (Off Jasmine.) Ia ie ,rg. 1 ca gr,; Cute hrme, r ,Cnr. I'c,,, r.. land. Amenities
S- .- ,.. ..r:,,,-. ...r. uI.i.. :,r.g ,r:ei..-,g 13 S l e u e rhIercel l r r pa.. n. .: yard. 1250 SF.
patio. Washer/dryer, pE.r :: i.nd I r .n .ar in:Iuded 1, 300 SF 1,0-15 mo Available Early Augu tyard.1,250SF.
32,045/mo. Available Early August.S1, 045 mo Available Early August
4736 St. larAc Cour (The Colony) 2BR/2BA, 2-car 2806 Ocean Sound Dri've (Oceno, Sond) 3BR/2BA,
1,'30 I r.. 1. 2 cr. r, .-.r...,T.E r,. 5 Co,.T..iuner, ,. ..i.r.nflng 5 .:.I .o ,:.' amara e In.,, L [at.jraI r .T.c .: ii:r .r. rIr:.1* :.: ,.., House has
-,3. ,, r I i ._ ,, e II Ir.I r, g .r. Cn intt tinl ,in d'or a rCa:ur'.r. ".i .' g53 r W e '-.:r rr. IrE 1, M .E l. -1 then (with
..i -..5r. '. i a 1 .,a.i ..r.,T..:... ... I .. r, 3n, e p-i-ea -. .' reh'.ger1or. .'.h:m kern anr .., bO .un .,' rc r.. family room.
i .1 I 130 SF 99, m Available Late August. 2.100 SF. SI, 50 mo Available Now
I F O e 2740 Seagrov Lane (Seagrve) 3BR/2BA, 2-car garage.
SINGLE FAl 'LY HOMlNES ~ On Island .This beautiful, spaciouls home is hear the beach and centrally located on
2164 N6 arrre's Gate Court (Off Ci rona Drive) Amelia island. Large kitchen, formal dining room, breakfast nook, 2 mas-
H411 r ., 3-c1* L: 1 r.1.-0m .*-.t..l, 10,: .,-1 .tll i. Cr.1.I..,-3: ..i ter baths, screened-in rear porch and deck, and fenced rear yard. Lawn
--.,I .:r,,r... .m.r-na !E.i e,.ro,:m rL I.,.tu a.d rer In:luded 2125 SF 1I 725/mo. Available Early August.
backs'up to gre-... *..:. hi r,: .n every rce. ,n .l rr..3.;,n ,.rn,. 2424 Penw rook Lane (Lakewood) 3BR/2BA. 2-car
Lawn care and .g... ......irlcr 1,806 SF l 149 mo Aal aqi3e ,a'age Nre Nh.,r.e In:, 3tI ,r., popular LakeWood. Stone fireplace in
Early August, ri.r.ilt a.an.m anrd .cre-.ieJ in p..rch and patio. Minutes fromrn the beach,
86096 Montauk Drive (North Hampton) 4BR/3BA schools & shopping center. Amenities include formal dining room, built-
and two separate 1/2 baths, bonus roomanJ : 9, gragPe. P,i,.e U31. in dishwasher, eat-in kitchen, and backyard overlooks a lake.
cony overlooks lake, golf course views from e .. r .C. rr. uL.,- c .l pe:t 1,828 SRF. $,200/mo. Available Early August.
control, cable & internet included. 2,482 SF $1.795 mo Available
September 1


ATTENTION PROPERTY OWNERS- Business has been good and we are continu-
ing to expand our portfolio of rental properties. If you would be interested in our leas-
ing and management services for your property, please call Nip or Joy Galphin.


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$31, 19 -8 EMPLOYEE
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O28, 191L88 FORD
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S25,5950 MSRP #5258
O R:7"s EMPLOYEE
s22,857u PRICE
'50000 REBATE

'SP22, 357 725 FORD
$ 2 2 3 FAMILY PRICE


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1 EMPLOYEE
$20,4216 PRICE
'500" REBATE

S19,921E FO PRICE
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1988 FORD BRONCO Eddie Bauer
Edition. Runs great, 4X4, green & tan.
$1,800/OBO. Call (904)491-1406 or 753-
6238.
2002 FORD EXPLORER XLT 4X4 -
AM/FM/CD, 3rd seat, rear air. $11,750.
Call (904)491-7602.
TAKE OVER PAYMENTS 2001 Ford
Super Ranger, with good credit. $261.67
monthly. Call (904)225-3107.

903 Vans
2004 CHEV TRACKER 16,000 ml.,
silver gray, owner deceased. $16,500.
Duck Lake Ct. (904)321-1183

904 Motorcycles
'95 HONDA SHADOW VLX600 Maroon,
leather saddle bags, windshield, repair
manual, 31,000 miles, sissy bar, new
tires, chain & bearings. $2900/OBO.
Moving this week. (904)277-7690


jialphin

1896 South 14th Street, Suite 6
904-277-6597

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AMAZING SUNSETS, RIVERFRONT
breezes and ultimate privacy can
all be yours on this 4 acre Piney
Island property. 4BR/3 full baths
& 1 half bath. Approx. 2,700 SF
and in-ground pool.
$1,200,000 #35442
STEPHANIE WILKINSON
904-254-5555


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| Outstanding Agents. Outstanding Results.


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THE PRESRIE .T\r SUMMER BE CH,15 4 $625,000 95204 SPRINGlovE LANtE $1,490,000
Must see to appreciate this 3BR/3BA elegant home. Relax in your pri- Beautifully furnished RiverPlace villa with boat slip included. Great sun-
vate courtyard while enjoying the ocean breeze or take a stroll down sets from virtually every room, 3BR/4BA. Formal living and dining rooms,
the walkway to the beach. MLS #35200 family room, summer kitchen on screened balcony & more. MLS #34705
iAfiE WE1 IMORELAEi, '90P4 "' L" i -I I 6',LENi' HNliOiCK 4 i_' fi14 "5 -'


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1487 P\GES D.miRI ROD $194,900 5201 C\RLiON DliNES $1,949,000
Unique country home on 1 acre, this is a great home for entertaining. 18x32 You are b6und to appreciate the tasteful d6cot radiating warmth in this ideal
above-ground pool with 40x46 deck great for cookouts and pool parties, oceanfront luxury condominium in Summer Beach. Superb views, conven-
2BR/2BA with 13x22 loft that could be 3" bedroom.'Call today! MLS #35513 ient access to pool & beach, 2" garage & 10' ceilings. MLS #35347
CARIENE McDUFFITE 904 '75.!5? CLAUDIA WATTS on4 556 4000
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New home 'construction with many details in this 4BR/3.5BA home.. Avonshire; 4BR/4BA, plus den/study, formal living room & dining room with coif-
Stucco exterior with stack stone and vinyl soffits for easy maintenance, fered ceiling, upstairs loft with lBR/IBA,sitting area, plumbed for wet bar; gas appli-
Well detailed interior with crown molding and wainscotting. MLS #35528, ances, remote fireplace; screened, heated spa & pool with waterfall. MLS #35384
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1541 GLtNwoo[ Ruo w $890,000 86125 MORICHES DRI E $450,000
Your own private compound! Epjoy the marshview setting. 5 acres, Quality craftsmanship and meticulous homeowners are evident through-
3pR/3BA home with detached garage/guest house. In-ground pool, out this stunning home. Spacious floor plan provides ample room in this
boat ramp and dock. MLS #34689 5BR/4BA home built for family fun & entertaining. MLS #34590
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214 No. 4" STREET $645,000
A grand vintage beauty in the heart of the historic district. Newly refinished
heart pine floors throughout most of this almost 3,000 SF home. 3BR/3BA,
oversized rooms, in-ground swimming pool, 2-car carport. MLS #35578
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400 KLICH Co TlaiRD $635,000
You will fall in love with this 3BR/3BA oceanfront retreat!
Completely renovated and sold beautifully furnished, this unit
has an excellent rental history. MLS #35260
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861816 No. HAMPTON CLUB WAY $525,000 LOT 7, FIRST AVENUE $180,000 96394 HIGH POINTE DRIVE $629,900
5BR (study)/3BA stucco with stone, 3-car garage, owner's suite with sitting Build your dream home just a block from the beach..You caA't JUST COMPLETED! Ready for its new owner 4BR/3.5BA, 2,784 heated
area; his & hers walk-in closets. Access to lanai, BA accessible from 2" cov- afford to miss out on this opportunity, with so few lots avail-. SF, high ceilings, granite counters, tile and hardwood floors, terrific floor I
ered lanai, Jack & Jill BA. Close to Jax, Amelia Island, more! MLS #35043 able so close to the beach at this price. MLS #33423 plan, screened porch, 2-car garage, extra area for bonus room. MLS #32928
LYNDA WOOD 904.753.0571 JANIE WESTMORELAND 904.753.2018 GLENN HANCOCK 4904.753.2009
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2117 So. FLETCHER AVENUE $789,000 LOT 2, No. FLETCHER AVENUE $1,100,000
Great beach house with wide views of the ocean from 2"1 and 3"Y floors. One of the few oceanfront lots on Amelia Island, on the quiet and sought-
Large home with 3BR/4BA, over 2,500 SF, new high impact glass windows, after north end. 100x170, recently surveyed. Call Carlenefor more infor-
new metal roof and tremendous potential. MLS #34305 motion. MLS #35069
PAT TROXEL 904.321.1999 CARLENE McDUFFIE 904.753.1522










MISSION SAN CARLOS $225,000 LOT 45, GRANDVIEW MANOR $159,000
Plantation Point one of the last opportunities to build your dream Great investment opportunity in Waterman's Bluff, gated community with
home in this very desirable gated community. Attractive, wooded 90x120 large oaks. Rare opportunity to have lot and choice of builder and your own
homesite with water and sewer. Near beach & shopping. MLS #35406 timeframe for building. Tennis courts are almost complete. MLS #34651
PAUL WERLING 866.437.8505 EVELYN MORTENSON 904.753.2014


503 So. 7TH STREET $479,000 2413 FIRST AVENUE, 1-4 $169,900
Beautifully restored 1930, 2-story brick home with 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, Own your own beach place. 2 bedroom Forest Ridge Village unit.
wood floors, 2,553 SF, walk-in attic, 100xI00 fenced yard, new baths & Pool, tennis courts, short walk to the beach. MLS #34706
kitchen with granite tops. Just a few blocks from Centre Street. MLS #35446
KAREN WERLING 4 866.437.8505 KATHY WHITE 904.753.2705

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86104 CALAWAY DRIVE $149,900 1738 REGATTA DRIVE $599,000
Convenience & tranquility await you in this 3BR/2BA with nearly 1,592 SF and Lovely golf community home with all the rooms and features you would want.
above-ground pool. Easy commute to Jacksonville, Kings Bay. MLS #34442 Rich hardwood floors, ceramic tile, gourmet kitchen, wet bar, summer kitchen
SOLD! SOLD! SOLD! in the FLA room. 4BR/3.5BA, office with built-ins. MLS #33169
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1438 OAK STREET $449,900 FERNANDINA CAY, #202 $679,000 318 No. 3'" STREET 4 $89,900 95158 SPRINGTIDE LANE $990,000
Outstanding commercial property located in the center of Amelia Island. A beauty! 3 bedroom, 3 bath, elevator. Furnished, decorated and a Beautiful residential lot located near the Historic District. Permanent res- Amazing sunsets and views of the marsh and Intracoastal from this newly
3,800 SF with reception area, 2 offices, overhead storage, full bath, 4-12' garage. What more do you need?! See it today! MLS #34802 idence only. Build your dream home within walking distance of downtown constructed RiverPlace townhome. Features private elevator, Travertine
roll-up doors, heat and air, fully fenced, parking area. MLS #33276 Fernandina Beach, where all the excitement happens. MLS #35037 stone flooring, gourmet kitchen with granite & more. MLS #34249


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